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September 20, 2009 Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzle

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RF Cafe: Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzle


1. Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer (abbr.)

4. Mr. Kilby's first name

7. Foot (abbr.)

8. ___ + 9D, RF component manufacturer in Torrance, CA

10. 1/6 inch printer's measure

12. Part of a FOR loop

13. Digital storage oscilloscope (abbr.)

14. Co-channel rejection ratio (abbr.)

16. Sends a file over a network (abbr.)

18. A final surface coating

20. Astronomical Unit (93E6 miles)

21. Chemical symbol for radon

23. Chemical element abbreviated Sn

24. Power supply vendor in Minneapolis, MN

26. Describes a region on a semiconductor that has a linear and symmetric I-V curve

28. Indium phosphide

29. Chemical symbol for holmium

30. Fast Fourier transform (abbr.)

31. Chemical symbol for molybdenum

32. Internet protocol (abbr.)

34. Its chemical symbol is N

37. Mr. Piper's famous yellow airplane

39. Chemical symbol for neptunium

40. Chemical symbol for mendelevium

41. Innovative Power Products, Holbrook, NY (abbr.)

44. Its chemical symbol is Tm

47. Code for a type of electrical wire insulation

50. Coefficient of temperature (abbr.)

52. Chemical symbol for selenium

53. ___ + 1D, ferrite isolator & circulator company in Deerfield, IL

55. Antenna effective area

59. Chemical symbol for tantalum

60. Chemical symbol for lanthanum

61. Unit of resistance

62. Chemical symbol for niobium

64. IC killer (abbr.)

65. International Telegraphy and Telephony Consultative Committee

67. Amateur Radio Emergency Service

69. Logic family (abbr.)

70. Galilean moon

71. Ham abbreviation for "distant station"

72. Communication that method makes use of electromagnetic waves (abbr.)

75. Stock symbol for RF Micro Devices

76. Internet mail protocol (abbr.)

78. World's only remaining superpower (abbr.)

79. Chemical symbol for lutetium

80. Greek letter

81. A type of average

83. Type of flip-flop

85. Switch configuration (abbr.)

86. Troubleshooting software


1. 53A + ___________, ferrite isolator & circulator company in Deerfield, IL

2. Band between RF and BB

3. Rubbing of one particle against another in a resin bed

4. Type of transistor (abbr., pl.)

5. A common battery cell size

6. Imaging device (abbr., pl.)

9. 8A + ____________, RF component manufacturer in Torrance, CA

11. Megacycles (abbr.)

15. Part of this website's title

16. Heatsink feature

17. Name for a voltage that appears in an electrical conductor such as a wire, even though the wire is disconnected from an electrical circuit

19. Networks International Corporation, manufacturer of custom RF & microwave filters, Overland Park, KS (abbr.)

20. Chemical symbol for aluminum

22. Nanohenry, abbr.

25. One type of electron spin

27. Millihenry, abbr.

28. Discipline for aircraft navigation in low visibility environments (abbr.)

30. Network file transfer protocol (abbr.)

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

33. Chemical symbol for plutonium

35. Amplifier terminal

36. Chemical symbol for gadolinium

38. A "1" or a "0"

42. Picohenry, abbr.

43. An efficient microstrip corner shape

45. Microhenry, abbr.

46. Microwave Journal magazine (abbr.)

48. Slang for over-modulating so as to distort a waveform, 2 wds.

49. Its chemical symbol is Pd

50. Test equipment (abbr.)

51. RF connector company located in Wilmington, CA (2wd., 2 ltr.)

52. Add two or more inputs

54. Unit of liquid measure (abbr.)

56. Last stage in a transmitter (abbr.)

57. Amplifier linearity specification (abbr.)

58. Project box

63. Chemical symbol for bismuth

64. BS__ - the degree held by many RF Cafe visitors

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

66. Semiconductor and calculator company (abbr.)

68. Mate to a TX

69. Time division duplex (abbr.)

73. Radio Amateur Satellite Corporation

74. Surface mount (abbr.)

75. Increase voltage linearly

77. Mate to an RX

82. Chemical symbol for einsteinium

84. Chemical symbol for antimony

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