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August 1960 Popular Electronics

August 1960 Popular Electronics

August 1960 Popular Electronics Cover - RF CafeTable of Contents

Wax nostalgic about and learn from the history of early electronics. See articles from Popular Electronics, published October 1954 - April 1985. All copyrights are hereby acknowledged.

You have to be careful when working this crossword puzzle from the August 1960 edition of Popular Electronics because in one instance the name of a certain federal agency has changed since then, and in another instance the element cited as being "commonly used" no longer is. It will add to the challenge, which, honestly, is not all that great. I did not have the magazine page with the solution available when posting this so I had to work the puzzle myself to create a solution.

Crossword Puzzle

By James J. Porten

Crossword Puzzle, August 1960 Popular Electronics - RF Cafe

ACROSS
1   Grid voltage
5   Summit
10   _______-mechanical servo
13   Old man (c.w.)
15   __________ convex lens
16   Thulium (symbol)
17   Atomic Energy Commission
19   Inhabitants of Far East
20   _______ element beam
21   Commonly used in converters (abbrev.)
22   _______ sink
23   Joule (dimensions)
24   Toddler
27   Element necessary for reception
28   End of message
29   Doctrine
31   Element used in rectifiers
32   "C" in R/C
34   Continuity (abbrev.)
35   Average
DOWN
2   Watt (units)
3   High mountain
4   Vend
5   Atomic number  (abbrev.)
6   Cathode-ray oscilloscope  (abbrev.)

7   Master oscillator
9   Having a common axis
11   Federal agency
12   Function of cathode
14   Unit of measurement
16   Impedance-matching device (abbrev.)
18   _______ whisker detector
20   Beverage
24   Canvas shelter
25   Smallest of Great Lakes (abbrev.)
26   Function of soldering lug (abbrev.)
29   32,000 oz. (avoir.)
30   Pedal digit
32   Cobalt (symbol)
33   Norway (Ham prefix)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Posted November 27, 2013

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