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9/3/2008 Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzle

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RF Cafe: Engineering themed crossword puzzle


1. Unit of magnetic flux

6. Attenuator

9. Metal or plastic rod that connects a potentiometer wiper to a knob

14. Transition from solid to liquid phase

15. Used logic gates

17. Set of poles

18. The tip of a PCB probe

20. Complex Instruction Set Computer

22. Automatic network analyzer, abbr.

24. Its chemical symbol is Bi

27. Chemical symbol for tin

28. Circuit path with very low or 0 impedance

33. Its chemical symbol is Nb

35. Thin-film hybrid and discrete microwave and millimeter-wave components vendor in Sunnyvale, CA

37. Unit of time

38. Antenna radiated power measurement, abbr.

40. Precision landing system, abbr.

41. Fail-____ switch

43. 300 kHz to 3 MHz

45. Constellation : The lion

46. Chemical symbol for lithium

47. Units of heat

48. Set of poles

49. Chemical symbol for manganese

50. Cable termination type

52. Chemical symbol for silicon

53. Common solder composition (pre-lead-free)

54. U.S. military organization, abbr.

55. Volts divided by resistance

57. Akin to an EE, CE, AE, etc.

58. A martial art (not sure why this is in here)

60. Unit of conductance

64. One tier of a PCB

65. Network department, abbr.

67. Phase of matter between liquid and solid

69. Original Equipment Manufacturer

71. First-in, first-out, abbr.

72. Just entering the nonlinear region

77. American space agency, abbr.

79. Semiconductor lamps

81. Time Division Multiple Access

82. _____ rule

83. Test Equipment Connection, in Lake Mary, FL

84. IC's


2. Electromagnetic Pulse

3. Chemical symbol for beryllium oxide

4. Voltage-current phase mnemonic

5. Stock symbol for Raytheon

6. Chemical symbol for polonium

7. Angle described by hyp/opp

8. Smaller moon of Mars

10. Test equipment manufacturer

11. A common battery cell size

12. Heatsink feature, pl.

13. Aircraft identification instrument for secondary radar, pl.

16. Connector type

19. Chemical symbol for terbium

21. Oscillator manufacturer in Whippany, NJ (abbr.)

23. The process by which a body moves back and forth through a central neutral position, pl.

25. One port of an amplifier

26. Color quality

29. Its chemical symbol is He

30. Logic gates

31. Chemical symbol for radon

32. Determines proper functionality

34. 1/000 of an inch

36. 10-Gb Attachment Units Interface

39. Opposite of local

42. Start frequency, abbr.

43. Waveform limit definition

44. The last transmission by a station during a contact

48. Chemical symbol for lead

51. World's first satellite navigation system, abbr.

53. Vacuum tube with five elements (not including the heater)

54. 24 hours

56. Half of a DIP

57. Type of transistor, abbr.

59. Chemical symbol for radium

61. 30 Hz to 300 Hz

62. Snail and E are examples of this

63. Chemical symbol for silicon

66. Physical barrier

68. Chemical symbol for cobalt

70. Degree of IC sophistication

73. Negative temperature coefficient, abbr.

74. Synchronous Digital Hierarchy

75. Electromagnetic interference, abbr.

76. Transformer interwinding connection

78. Analog-to-Digital

80. Chemical symbol for scandium

See solution below

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