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2/20/2008 Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzle

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RF Cafe: Engineering & science crossword puzzle


1. Perpendicular to the electric field in microwaves

12. A compiler directive

13. European spectrum allocation agency, abbr.

15. Chemical symbol for lanthanum

17. Megacycles

18. Short Message Service

20. Time delay, abbr.

21. Chemical symbol for krypton

22. Last statement in a program

24. Chemical symbol for nickel

25. Chemical symbol for ytterbium

27. Government program to bring electricity to farms, abbr.

28. Column Grid Array, abbr.

29. Chemical symbol for tin

30. Chemical symbol for neon

31. Silicon transistor type

32. Chemical symbol for thallium

33. A BPF spec

35. Electromagnetic Compatibility

37. SpecAn, o-scope, DMM, etc.

39. Chemical symbol for cesium

40. An angle having more than 180 degrees but less than 360

43. Type of memory, abbr.

45. Unit of radioactivity

46. Fuel additive

47. You plug an IC into it

50. Switch producer, now owned by Panasonic

52. Semiconductor and calculator company, abbr.

53. Chemical symbol for einsteinium

54. Surface mount technology

56. Modulation type, abbr.

57. 1/000 of an amp

58. ___-AZIMUTH telescope mount

60. One spin direction of an electron

61. Chemical symbol for palladium

63. Logic family

64. Test Equipment Connection, in Lake Mary, FL

65. Start frequency, abbr.

66. Type of current flow

67. Semiconductor On Insulator, abbr.

68. Opposite of O.D.

69. Picohenry, abbr.

71. Time Division Duplex

73. Audio Frequency

75. Chemical symbol for molybdenum

76. Image file type

78. Basic element

80. It equals 1/2*m*v^2


2. Chemical symbol for gold

3. Global System for Mobile Communications

4. Semiconductor manufacturer, abbr.

5. Chemical symbol for einsteinium

6. FCC Part 15 rules apply here

7. Chemical symbol for iron

8. Defense contractor in Ft. Wayne, IN

9. IC killer

10. Chemical symbol for lithium

11. Describes a type of non-changing field

14. The natural conversion of one element into another by radioactive decay

16. Has units of radians

18. Trigonometry function that is the ratio between the side opposite a given angle, and the hypotenuse

19. Short for synchronous

21. Power supply manufacturer in Irving, TX

23. 10^1 numerical prefix

24. Unit of time, abbr.

26. Chemical symbol for beryllium

27. Chemical symbol for radon

33. DMM manufacturer

34. The largest asteroid

36. Chemical symbol for mendelevium

37. TransEuropean trunked radio, abbr.

38. Type of programmable storage device

41. U.S. Spectrum allocation agency

42. Transmit Incremental Tuning

43. Electronics Industry Association

44. Type of memory, abbr.

48. Used lubricant

49. Surface mount, abbr.

51. Designer and manufacturer of GaAs FET power semiconductor devices and MMICs in Clarksburg, MD

54. Switch configuration

55. Attenuator topology, abbr.

59. Coefficient of temperature, abbr.

60. Microfarad, abbr.

62. Type of current

63. Chemical symbol for arsenic

69. One of 14 on a SOIC14 package

70. High Frequency Electronics magazine, abbr.

72. Data conversion device, abbr.

73. TE with a GPIB port

74. BASIC looping keyword

76. Semiconductor and calculator company, abbr.

77. Foot, abbr.

78. Army-Navy spec designation

79. Chemical symbol for magnesium

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