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RF Engineering Crossword Puzzle
August 10, 2014

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RF Engineering Crossword Puzzle for August 10, 2014 - RF Cafe

1. Threaded fastener

7. Flip-flop control input

12. Mathematical function used to divide a given function or continuous-time signal into different frequency components

13. Minutes of Use (abbr.)

15. 1/000 of an amp (abbr.)

18. Chemical symbol for gadolinium

19. Capture leading edge of a signal

21. Its chemical symbol is Cm

23. Front edge of a wing (abbr.)

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

25. Error checking scheme (abbr.)

26. Galilean moon

27. Satellite TV system

28. Has a positive phase wrt a reference

30. Half of a DIP

32. Radio receiver scheme which mixes a second frequency (LO) with the incoming radio signals

33. End of soldering iron

34. Unit of time (pl.)

37. Crystal filter type (abbr.)

40. Band between RF and BB

41. Unit of resistance

43. Network file transfer protocol (abbr.)

44. Chemical symbol for gallium

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

46. A line on a map which joins points of equal pressure

47. Chemical symbol for arsenic

48. Chemical symbol for palladium

49. 10 decibels

51. Equation

54. Half of the diameter (pl.)

55. What you can get from a high voltage line

2. Pure carrier (abbr.)

3. Aircraft tracking system (pl.)

4. 1.602E-19 Joules

5. Sets of 5 work days

6. Reduction of receiver sensitivity due to overload from a nearby transmitter

8. 1/6 inch printer's measure

9. One port on a FET

10. Chemical symbol for europium

11. The "S" in SOIC

14. Type of semiconductor construction used in RF power amplifiers (abbr.)

16. Automated Test Equipment (abbr.)

17. U.S. Spectrum allocation agency

18. A common use for radar

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

22. Internet address (abbr.)

29. Lowest operational frequency of a waveguide (pl.)

30. Adjust a pot

31. Peak envelope power (abbr.)

34. _____ Percy Maxim, founder of the ARRL

35. Moved from cell to cell

36. 3 GHz to 30 GHz

37. Official Space Shuttle designation (abbr.)

38. Manned rocket series that went to the moon

39. 36 inches (pl.)

42. Akin to EEs, CEs, AEs, etc.

43. Thin layer of material deposited a surface (pl.)

44. Key feature in a high level overvoltage protection device

49. Stock symbol for Boeing

50. Chemical symbol for lithium

52. Unit of inductance (abbr.)

53. Type of current flow (abbr.)

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