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Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzle
October 10, 2010

Note: A standard for crossword puzzles is when all words in a clue are capitalized, the solution is the abbreviation or acronym for that clue; e.g., Alternating Current = AC.

2010 Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzles

- Dec 19, Dec 12, Dec 5
- Nov 28, Nov 21, Nov 14, Nov 7
- Oct 31, Oct 24, Oct 17, Oct 10, Oct 3
- Sep 26, Sep 12, Sep 5
- Aug 29, Aug 22
- Jul 25, Jul 18, Jul 11, Jul 4
- Jun 27, Jun 20, Jun 13, Jun 6
- May 30, May 23, May 16, May 9, May 2
- Apr 25, Apr 18, Apr 11, Apr 4
- Mar 28, Mar 21, Mar 14, Mar 7
- Feb 28, Feb 21, Feb 14, Feb 7
- Jan 31, Jan 24, Jan 17, Jan 10, Jan 3

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1. The nearest star - _____ Centauri
4. Sharp bends in I-V curves
8. Chemical symbol for neptunium
9. Chemical symbol for europium
10. Upper frequency (abbr.)
11. Award offered by ARRL for contacting and confirming 100 or more different countries (abbr.)
13. Unit of time (abbr.)
15. Greek letter
16. Online service
17. Semiconductor lamp
19. Physical unit by which power is measured
20. One type of electron spin
21. "Texting" (abbr.)
22. Plasma atmosphere layer of the sun
23. Ham's code for "Station is leaving the net."
24. Low- to mid- frequency RF connector
26. Current summing point
27. Ad-hoc on demand distance vector (abbr.)
28. Electronic component package type (abbr.)
29. Electronics Industry Association (abbr.)
30. Large loudspeaker designed primarily to reproduce low frequency audio signals
31. U.S. Spectrum allocation agency
33. Medium for storing large amounts of digital data
34. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
35. Compact Fluorescent Light
37. 3-phase transformer configuration
38. Common average used for sinewaves (abbr.)
40. Coefficient of temperature (abbr.)
41. Prefix for font without serifs
43. Infrared (abbr.)
44. __ Dude, premier design consultant in Rochester, NY
46. Chemical symbol for lutetium
47. Prefix indicating magnetic properties
48. Provider of services for telecommunications systems in Switzerland

1. Area between a pair of concentric circles
2. Filter type that blocks upper frequencies (abbr.)
3. Unit of time
5. Japanese semiconductor & equipment manufacturer (abbr.)
6. BS__ - the degree held by many RF Cafe visitors
7. Changed phase from solid to vapor
11. Device for translating higher frequencies to lower frequencies (pl.)
12. Negative terminals
14. Chemical symbol for selenium
18. Direct Digital Synthesis (abbr.)
24. Theoretical failed star (2 wds.)
25. Units of heat
31. Method of self-detection and self-fixing transmission of digital data (abbr.)
32. Half of table salt
36. Unit of length (abbr.)
39. Halves of DIP's
42. The Microwave Office software company (abbr.)
45. Chemical symbol for iron
46. Local Oscillator (abbr.)

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