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Radio & Radar Crossword Puzzle
September 21, 2014

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Radio and Radar Crossword Puzzle for September 21, 2014 - RF Cafe

2. The great circle equidistant from the poles

6. Opposite of transmit

11. Unit of resistance

13. Radio frequency interference (abbr.)

14. Part of this website's title

15. Lines extending out from center

19. Chemical symbol for scandium

20. Type of digital filter (abbr.)

23. Unit of heat

24. Stock symbol for Advanced Micro Devices

26. Peripheral Component Interface (abbr.)

28. Vacuum tube with five elements (not including the heater, pl.)

30. Notch type filter (abbr.)

33. Course headings

35. Government program to bring electricity to farms (abbr.)

36. Bipolar Field-Effect Transistor

38. Spurious RF products created by metal joints (abbr.)

39. Term used in soldering to describe the condition that occurs when the metals being soldered are hot enough to melt the solder so it flows over the surface

40. Type of programmable device (abbr.)

41. The cell band above DCN

42. Cooling device

44. Electromagnetic interference (abbr.)

46. A common RS-232 serial bus command (abbr.)

48. Airflow rate (abbr.)

49. High-speed logic family

50. Stock symbol for National Instruments

52. Front edge of a wing (abbr.)

54. Chemical symbol for praseodymium

55. Measure of source/load match

57. FCC Part 15 rules apply in this band (abbr.)

58. High Data Rate

59. The "brains" of parallel processing computers

60. Type of current

62. Chemical symbol for cobalt

63. Increase voltage linearly

65. Using the moon as a passive reflector to establish a signal path; moonbounce (abbr.)

66. Add two or more inputs

68. Type of memory

69. Type of logic gate

70. International Telecommunications Union

71. Electrical overstress (abbr.)

72. Loose end of a cable

74. Volt, meter, pint, pound, eg.

75. Semiconductor lamp

78. Moves from cell to cell

81. Precision approach radar (abbr.)

83. Part of HEMT

87. Below ELF

88. Plane curve traced out by a point which moves so that its distance from a fixed line is equal to its distance from a fixed point

91. 1/000 of an inch

92. Readability, Signal, and Tone (QoS report type)

94. Software drafting tool (abbr.)

95. Modulation technique (abbr.)

96. 1e3 uV

98. Measured

100. Multifunctional silicon devices (abbr.)

101. End of Life (abbr.)

103. Engineering Change Order (abbr.)

104. Between-series connector

105. The "E" in ELF

1. Negatively charged antiparticle of a proton

3. Newly announced name of RFMD and TriQuint merger

4. 300 MHz to 3 GHz

5. Modulation type (abbr.)

7. Chemical symbol for erbium

8. Bands between RF and baseband

9. Power supply vendor in Andover, MA

10. Constellation : The lesser dog (2 wds.)

12. Semiconductor and calculator company (abbr.)

15. A common RS-232 serial bus command (abbr.)

16. Chemical symbol for gold

17. Chemical symbol for lanthanum

18. Miniature RF connector

21. U.K. equivalent of the IEEE

22. Rádio Nacional de Angola (abbr.)

23. Chemical symbol for beryllium

25. Morse Code for "from"

26. Silicon transistor type

27. Common gateway interface (abbr.)

29. Device for translating higher frequencies to lower frequencies

30. Chemical symbol for bismuth

31. Web's most popular radio frequency engineering site (2 ltrs. + 1 wd.)

32. Chemical symbol for iron

34. Device used to measure change in velocity

36. Filter type that blocks frequencies in a specified band (abbr.)

37. Test point (abbr.)

41. French mathematician Siméon-Denis _______

42. A BPF specification (abbr.)

43. Home state of Los Alamos lab (abbr.)

45. Changes from a "1" to a "0"

47. _____ rule, a 1950s engineer's tool

49. The "E" in BER

51. Unit of current

53. A keyboard key

54. Personal Digital Cellular

56. Unit of typing speed (abbr.)

59. Angle in a right triangle which, when added to the other acute angle, equals 90 degrees

61. Type of inductance found in transformers

64. Wrote software

66. Chemical symbol for silicon

67. Greek letter (micro)

73. Chemical symbol for lawrencium

74. Unit of time (abbr.)

76. Voltage-current phase mnemonic

77. Keyboard key

79. Unix, Linux or Windows (abbr.)

80. 300 kHz to 3 MHz

81. Type of e-mail address system (abbr.)

82. Circuit for maintaining constant voltage (abbr.)

84. Determined temporal distance between events

85. Type of logic gate

86. Stock symbol for National Semiconductor

88. Attenuator

89. Analog-to-Digital (abbr.)

90. Provider of services for telecommunications systems in Switzerland

93. Test equipment (abbr.)

94. European equivalent to the U.L.

97. Voice of America

99. Chemical symbol for einsteinium

100. Current-voltage phase mnemonic

102. Filter type that blocks upper frequencies (abbr.)

103. Chemical symbol for erbium

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