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Massey University Engineering Crossword Puzzle
July 2, 2017

This week's crossword puzzle was created to highlight a specific engineering school located in the southern hemisphere. Clues with an asterisk (*) next to them are related directly to the honored school. All of the rest of the clues and words are pulled from a hand-built dictionary of people, places, things, and actions that pertain to the topics of science, engineering, mathematics, physics, astronomy, etc. You will never find the name of a fashion designer, Prime Time television show, or numbnut celebrity. Enjoy!


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acr. = acronym, abbr. = abbreviation, pl. = plural, wds. = words

ACROSS DOWN
1. ______ + 5 Across, this week's honored school *
5. 1 Across + __________, this week's honored school *
12. Opposite of I.D.
13. Unix, Linux or Windows (abbr.)
15. Filter type that blocks lower frequencies (abbr.)
16. Negative temperature coefficient (abbr.)
17. Powers pneumatic devices
18. Unix, Linux or Windows (abbr.)
20. Mass unit (abbr., pl.)
21. Error checking scheme (abbr.)
23. Type of programmable device (abbr.)
25. Containing interfering information
28. Range of frequencies
29. Opposite of a LO
30. Output intercept point (abbr.)
31. Its chemical symbol is Hf
33. What kind of subatomic particle carries a fractional electric charge and is considered to be a building block of elementary particles
35. Organization for former military members
36. IC killer (abbr.)
38. Chemical symbol for copper
39. Switch position
41. Amateur radio operator who is qualified to administer Amateur Radio licensing examinations (abbr.)
42. Stock symbol for Google
44. The Wright Flyer had an upper one and a lower one
45. Filter type that blocks upper frequencies (abbr.)
46. Chemical symbol for argon
47. Front edge of a wing (abbr.)
48. A common battery cell size
50. Ham's code for "Are my signals fading?"
52. Microprocessor vendor
55. Circuit board metallization shape
56. Exponent that returns the original number
57. Chemical symbol for silver
59. Filter types (abbr., pl.)
61. Using a logical connection scheme for redundant power supplies
63. Constellation : The lyre
65. Charged particle
66. Broadband Signal Intrusion (abbr.)
67. Chemical symbol for thallium
68. 1/000 of an inch
69. The computer in 2001: A Space Odyssey
70. JavaScript (abbr.)
72. Chemical symbol for tin
73. Centimeter (abbr.)
74. Country where this week's honored school is located (2 wds.) *
75. International phonetic alphabet letter "S"
1. Change from one thing into another
2. Analog-to-Digital (abbr.)
3. Small DIP package (abbr.)
4. Resistive component of a capacitor's lumped element model (abbr.)
6. Unit of inductance (abbr.)
7. Internet protocol (abbr.)
8. 1 Across + 5 Across School of ___________ and Advanced Technology *
9. A common RS-232 serial bus command (abbr.)
10. Chemical symbol for scandium
11. Another word for each complete winding of an inductor
14. Open-______ or closed-______ system
17. Type of current flow (abbr.)
19. Chemical symbol for silicon
21. Person responsible for program spending (abbr.)
22. CDMA Development Group (abbr.)
24. One state of matter
25. Engineer who experimented with extremely high voltages (2 wds.)
26. 3 GHz to 30 GHz
27. Rotate about the vertical axis
28. What most design projects are over
30. Type of logic gate
32. Network department (abbr.)
34. Aluminum Gallium Arsenide
37. Devices on an axle used to hold a wheel in place
38. Pure carrier (abbr.)
40. Chemical symbol for neptunium
41. Unit of apparent power (abbr.)
43. Electronics manufacturer with "meatball" logo
49. PC follower
50. Ham's code for "Shall I increase power?"
51. Signal-to-noise ratio (abbr.)
53. Chemical symbol for neon
54. Antenna gain unit (abbr.)
55. Circuit for firing a radar magnetron (abbr.)
56. The "O" in ROM
58. Greek letter used for coefficient of reflection
60. Compliment to a zero in a polynomial
62. Network department (abbr.)
63. Geometric entity with only length
64. Ham-ese for Young Lady
66. The UK's largest defense electronics contractor (abbr.)
68. Degree of IC sophistication (abbr.)
69. CPS
70. Intel x86 command for " jump if above"
71. Chemical symbol for tin
73. Chemical symbol for chromium

Answer below

 

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