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Wireless Engineering Crossword Puzzle
December 23, 2012

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.
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Wireless Engineering Crossword Puzzle for December 23, 2012 - RF Cafe

1. He united electricity and magnetism into the concept of the electro-magnetic field (3 wds.)
8. Army-Navy specification prefix
9. Galilean moon
11. Precision approach radar (abbr.)
13. Alloy of iron and low percentages of carbon, manganese, chromium, etc.
17. Positive voltage lead color
20. Online service
21. Under samples
23. Cellphone band below PCS
24. One of Dilbert's workmates
25. Chemical symbol for silicon
26. Chemical symbol for dysprosium
27. Work out the solution to an equation
28. Computer monitor resoultion measure (abbr.)
30. Global System for Mobile Communications (abbr.)
31. Emit electromagnetic energy
35. Synthetic
39. Lowest power level capable of being demodulated (abbr.)
40. Centimeter (abbr.)
42. Morse Code for "from"
43. FCC Part 15 rules apply in this band (abbr.)
44. Constellation : The whale
45. Regarding light
46. Electromagnetic interference (abbr.)
48. Part of this website's title
49. Infrared (abbr.)
50. A common battery cell size
53. High temperature substrate
56. Transfers charge w/o physical contact
57. ___/IP scheme for networked connectivity
59. A keyboard key
61. Type of antenna (pl.)
65. Satellite of Jupiter discovered by Galileo
66. 1/000 of an amp (abbr.)
67. Creates an impenetrable physical barrier
70. Unit of current
71. _______ noise matching
75. Intermodulation distortion (abbr.)
76. BlackBerry or Palm for example (abbr.)
77. 36 inches (pl.)
78. World's first satellite navigation system, abbr.
79. Chemical symbol for cesium
81. Related to FM by a differential
82. Inventor of the high voltage generator that powers the Jacob's Ladder (2 wds.)
2. Effect (named after its discoverer) that is the variation in the width of the base in a BJT due to a variation in the applied base-to-collector
3. Chemical symbol for tin
4. Moon of Saturn discovered in 1672
5. Greek letter
6. An 8-bit unit (pl.)
7. S-Parameter measurement instrument (2 wds.)
10. Large-value resistor connected across the filter capacitor in a power supply to discharge the filter capacitors when the supply is turned off (2 wds.)
11. Programmable logic device (abbr.)
12. Online service
13. Describes when a synchronous motor loses phase lock
14. Semiconductor and calculator company (abbr.)
15. Chemical symbol for einsteinium
16. Semiconductor lamps
18. Engineering Change Order (abbr.)
19. High speed data over telephone lines (abbr.)
21. Width vs. length of a computer display
22. Equal about an axis
29. Internet protocol (abbr.)
30. Chemical symbol for gallium
32. Decimeter (abbr.)
33. Opposite of O.D.
34. Computer character set (abbr.)
36. Rechargeable battery type (abbr.)
37. 1E6 nanoseconds
38. Modulation type (abbr.)
41. Maximum Usable Frequency
42. Printer resolution abbreviation
46. Chemical symbol for europium
47. Unit of length (abbr.)
51. Chemical symbol for gold
52. Type of current flow (abbr.)
54. Filter type that blocks frequencies below and above a specified band (abbr.)
55. Chemical symbol for beryllium
58. Indication of quality of received message
60. Miniature threaded RF connector (pl.)
62. Key feature in a high level overvoltage protection device
63. Intermodulation distortion (abbr.)
64. Satellite milieu
67. Greek letter, used to indicate summation
68. Nuclear explosion byproduct harmful to electronic (abbr.)
69. Agilent's EE design software (abbr.)
72. Chemical symbol for tantalum
73. Its chemical symbol is Fe
74. Chemical symbol for mendelevium
80. Chemical symbol for strontium
81. Chemical symbol for praseodymium

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