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April 1959 Popular Electronics

 

April 1959 Popular Electronics

April 1959 Popular Electronics Cover - RF Cafe[Table of Contents]People old and young enjoy waxing nostalgic about and learning some of the history of early electronics. Popular Electronics was published from October 1954 through April 1985. All copyrights (if any) are hereby acknowledged.
Here is a rather unique type of crossword puzzle that uses numbers rather than words. It appeared in the April 1959 edition of Popular Electronics. The software that I use to create the RF Cafe crossword puzzles each week has the ability to create such a puzzle, but I have never made one because it would take a lot of time to build a clue / answer file to be drawn upon for input. Maybe some day I'll do it, though.

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Crossnumber Puzzle

by John A. Comstock

Cross-Number Puzzle, April 1959 Popular Electronics - RF Cafe




ACROSS
 
1 Year Fleming invented diode vacuum tube.
 
3 This quantity multipled by r.m.s. value of a.c. voltage
   will give peak voltage.
6 Slow record player speed.
 
5 Difference frequency in kilocycles produced by mixing
   1000·kc. signal with 50·kc. signal.
 
9 Quantity by which peak value of a.c. voltage is
   multiplied to obtain r.m.s, value.

12 One-half kilowatt expressed in watts.
 
13 Output frequency in kc. of trans­mitter having crystal
     frequency of 2017.5 kc. and two doubler stages.

14 Lower limit of u.h.f. frequency band expressed in
    megacycles.

15 Large-size hi-fi woofer.

17 Very slow record speed.
 
18 Year tetrode (screen-grid) vacuum tube was
     developed. in reverse.
 
20 Mid frequency in megacycles of TV Channel 6 when
     lower frequency limit equals 76 mc.

21 Total resistance of two 44-ohm resistors connected
      in series.
22 Upper frequency limit in mc .. of super-high-frequency
     band.
 
24 Voltage drop across 20-ohm resistor when current
      flow is 10 amperes.

25 Number of feet in 12 yards of hookup wire.
 
26 Mid frequency of TV Channel 2 when upper channel
     frequency limit is 60 mc.

27 Actual filament voltage rating of 6-volt vacuum tubes.

28 Popular-size TV screen.

30 Heater voltage of 35Z5 vacuum tube.
 
31 Separation in megacycles between TV sound and
     video carrier frequencies.

32 Number of zeros represented by letter K in stating
     resistor values.

33 Cycles in one megacycle.
 
34 Total voltage drop in series cir­cuit when applied
      voltage equals 50 volts.
DOWN
 
1 Degrees of phase shift in voltage fed back to produce
   degeneration in amplifier circuit.
 
2 TV aspect ratio; ratio of picture width to height.
 
4 Year Lee de Forest invented tri­ode.
 
5 Voltage drop across 90-ohm resistor when current
   flow equals 112 amperes.

7 Tape recorder slow speed in ips.

10 Wavelength in meters of 400-kc. signal.

11 Fast record player speed in rpm (approx.).

14 Electrical degrees in one cycle of alternating signal.
 
16 In resistor color code, number represented by green,
     white and yellow.

17 Year pentode was developed.

19 Electrical degrees in one alternation of sinewave
     signal.

23 Capacitance reactance of 1.0 ufd. capacitor at
    frequency of 60 cps.

24 Express 0.00271 henrys in microhenries.

27 Convert 650,000 watts to kilowatts.

29 Amount of capacitance in farads that will store
    100 coulombs of electricity when applied voltage
     equals 1.0 volt.

30 This number means "the end."

31 Grade of solder often used in electronics work.





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