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July 12, 2009 Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzle

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RF Cafe - Science & Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzle


1. O-scope, spectrum analyzer, DMM, thermometer, etc.

7. Chemical symbol for holmium

9. Agilent's EE design software

12. Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer

14. Tie a bundle of wires together

16. Small representative graphic

17. PCB mask exposing ray

18. EM software company located in Chandler, AZ

21. Chemical symbol for nickel

22. Type of digital filter, abbr.

23. Type of current flow

24. Common shortcut reference for a capacitor

25. Digital transmission figure of merit

29. Chemical symbol for dysprosium

30. Miniature threaded RF connector

31. A common battery cell size

33. Put into motion

36. Mate to a TX

37. Short video segment

38. Halves of DIP's

40. An elementary particle

42. Software engineering tool, abbr.

43. Part of a FOR loop

45. Fundamental property of an inductor, pl.


2. Chemical symbol for selenium

3. 300 MHz to 3 GHz

4. Chemical symbol for molybdenum

5. Unit of capacitance, pl.

6. Balanced-to-unbalanced device

8. Small representative graphics

10. Mr. Packard's (HP) first name

11. Chemical symbol for scandium

12. Engineering Change Order, abbr.

13. Stock symbol for Intel

15. A curve traced out by a point on the circumference of a circle rolling on the exterior of another circle

16. Network department, abbr.

19. Electronics Industry Association

20. Total radiated power, abbr.

25. Base Station Transceivers

26. Using the moon as a passive reflector to establish a signal path; moonbounce, abbr.

27. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency

28. Device used to make contact with a point to be measured

29. Type of data conversion device, abbr., pl.

32. RF IC manufacturer located in Dübendorf, Switzerland

34. Chemical element abbreviated Sn

35. One type of electron spin

39. Integrated circuit, abbr.

41. End Of Transmission

43. Coefficient of temperature, abbr.

44. Kilocycles, abbr.

See solution below

RF Cafe - Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzle

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