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9/18/2008 Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzle

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RF Cafe: Engineering-themed crossword puzzle


2. 1.602E-19 Joules

4. Chemical symbol for calcium

7. Forerunner to NASA

11. One component of a complex number, abbr.

12. Electrical safety organization, abbr.

13. Attenuator topology

16. Things in a bill of material

18. Length times width, pl.

19. Electromagnetic surveillance thwarting technology

21. Regarding light transmission

23. Chemical symbol for iron

24. Chemical symbol for copper

25. Type of modulation, abbr.

26. Chemical symbol for aluminum

27. Chemical symbol for thallium

29. Chemical symbol for rubidium

31. Radio Direction Finding

32. Amateur radio abbreviation for the Oceania region

33. Last stage in a transmitter, abbr.

35. Form of digital encoding

37. Thermocouples, photodetectors, limit switches, etc.

39. Lowest value in a list

44. Unit of conductance, pl.

49. Abbreviation for peak voltage

50. Nanohenry, abbr.

51. Optical Cross Connect

52. Chemical symbol for molybdenum

53. Chemical symbol for bismuth

54. Chemical symbol for silver

55. Chemical symbol for palladium

56. Part of this website's title

58. 30 kHz to 300 kHz

60. Capacitor vendor

63. A famous LEO satellite constellation (originally to be 77 satellites)

67. Attenuator configuration

68. International phonetic alphabet letter "D"

69. Miniature threaded RF connectors

70. Chemical symbol for neon

71. Semiconductor and calculator company, abbr.

73. 10^-1 numerical prefix

74. Infrared, abbr.

75. Chemical symbol for tin


1. Volt, meter, pint, pound, eg.

2. Chemical symbol for erbium

3. A tube containing a constriction used to measure the rate of flow of a fluid

4. Lowest operational frequency of a waveguide, pl.

5. Chemical symbol for aluminum

6. ISDN BRI channel

8. Automated Test Equipment

9. Counter ElectroMotive Force

10. Unit of current

13. Diac that can be turned back on, pl.

14. Positive emitter-coupled logic, abbr.

15. A common battery cell size

17. Chemical symbol for selenium

18. PC follower

20. Chemical symbol for scandium

22. Related to FM by a differential

27. Boob tube

28. Chemical symbol for lithium

30. Chemical symbol for bromine

32. Switch position

33. Chemical symbol for praseodymium

34. Chemical symbol for arsenic

36. Unit of heat

38. Voltage-current phase mnemonic

39. 1e3 uV

40. Internet protocol, abbr.

41. Indium Gallium Arsenide semiconductor

42. Millihenry, abbr.

43. One who creates a code version of a semiconductor device

44. Code used for automating software tasks

45. 1/6 inch printer's measure; Electromagnetic

46. Formed into a specific shape

47. Chemical symbol for niobium

48. Chemical symbol for silicon

54. Advanced Research Projects Agency , abbr.

55. Chemical symbol for plutonium

57. Chemical symbol for francium

59. Software storage unit

60. Switch configuration, abbr.

61. Spurious RF products created by metal joints, abbr.

62. Chemical symbol for gadolinium

64. Opposite of O.D.

65. Coordinated Universal Time, abbr.

66. Snail and E are examples of this

70. Chemical symbol for nickel

72. One port of an amplifier

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