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About RF Cafe
1996 - 2016
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RF Cafe began life in 1996 as "RF Tools" in an AOL screen name web space totaling 2 MB. Its primary purpose was to provide me with ready access to commonly needed formulas and reference material while performing my work as an RF system and circuit design engineer. The Internet was still largely an unknown entity at the time and not much was available in the form of WYSIWYG ...
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May 1963 Electronics WorldTable of Contents
People old and young enjoy waxing nostalgic about and learning some of the history of early electronics. Electronics World was published from May 1959 through December 1971. See all Electronics World articles.
Nearly every week I create and publish a crossword puzzle filled with words and clues all of which are relevant to the realms of engineering, science, mathematics, chemistry, mechanics, optics, communications, amateur radio, etc. It is rare to find a crossword puzzle that contains no 'filler' type words used just for the sake of being able to construct a puzzle. I use software that takes my custom-built dictionary of a few thousand words and definitions, and fits them to grids that I create. Probably an hour is spent every Sunday making the RF Cafe Crossword Puzzles, and I really don't know how many people even bother with them. This "Electronic Crosswords" puzzle appeared in the May 1963 issue of Electronics World. While it does have a large percentage of technical words, there are still a large number of fill words as well.
1. Preset condition.
5. Change in time relationship.
8. Shows station to which you are tuned.
12. Combination of two or more metals.
14. Frequencies which can be heard.
15. Record players are often mounted on one of these.
16. Broadcaster to Iron Curtain countries (abbr.).
18. Aquatic respiratory organs.
20. Part of the title of document guaranteeing civil liberties.
22. Valley between peaks.
23. Pedal extremities.
24. Type of circuit board (abbr.).
26. Human emotion.
28. Threaded rod attached to chassis.
29. Power ratio.
31. Unit of resistance.
33. Type of three-phase connection.
35. Peruvian coin.
36. Output is dissipated across this.
39. One-tenth (prefix).
41. Ratio indicating usefulness of signal.
42. Transformer notation on schematic (abbr.).
43. Isotope of radon.
44. Color code for two.
47. Distress signal.
51. Ability to perceive.
54. Production-line worker.
57. Wires attached to components.
59. Started from and returned to one place.
61. Receives and transmits signals.
62. Goods shipped (abbr.).
63. To be enjoyed.
64. Emits electrons.
66. Measure of noise generated by amplifier (abbr.).
67. Non-reactive impedance (abbr.).
68. Hit show ticket status.
69. Place for making measurement (abbr.).
1. Part of transistor.
3. Set properly.
4. Element found in salt.
6. Receptors for audio.
7. Man's name.
8. Tidied up the house.
9. Food for thought.
10. One vital commodity missing
on the moon.
13. Color code for four.
14. Containing gold.
19. Insurance underwriters.
21. Bear witness.
24. Pattern traced by some types of antennas and microphones.
25. Personal property (legal).
27. College administrators.
28. Locks signal to a reference.
29. Medical man.
30. Connection which must be made where it can't be seen.
32.Small current (abbr.).
35. Compass point (abbr.).
37. Radio navigation unit.
39. Unidirectional current (abbr.).
45. Type of three-phase connection.
46. Income from investments.
48. Computer function.
49. Female sibling.
50. Auto body type.
52. Born (Fr.).
53. Miss Oliver's namesakes.
54. Political subdivisions of a city.
55. Transistor schematic abbreviation.
56. Function performed by amplifier.
58. "Best" day of the week (abbr.).
59. Oscillator in receiver (abbr.).
60. Abrupt change to new voltage.
65. Transistor current amplification
Answer to Puzzle
Posted December 7, 2016