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R-E Puzzler
March 1967 Radio-Electronics

March 1967 Radio-Electronics

March 1967 Radio-Electronics Cover - RF Cafe[Table of Contents]

Wax nostalgic about and learn from the history of early electronics. See articles from Radio-Electronics, published 1930-1988. All copyrights hereby acknowledged.

These R-E Puzzlers look like a typical crossword puzzle, but they are not. The only "crossword" aspect is a single letter being shared by two words. There are no words formed vertically, only horizontally. That makes them a little more difficult because if you don't know one of the words, there is no way to discover any additional letters in it other than the one given. This particular R-E Puzzler appeared in a 1967 issue of Radio-Electronics (hence the R-E part), so it is no surprise that there are a couple vacuum tube related words. It should present no problem if you know common numerical prefixes and append "ode" to the end. Have fun.

If you like this R−E Puzzler, there are other in the Jan '67, Mar '67, Apr '67, Aug '67, and Oct '67 issues.

R-E Puzzler

R-E Puzzler, March 1967 Radio-Electronics - RF CafeThere are no ups or downs to this only-across-word puzzle but each word is connected to the word above by one by one letter and below by another.

  1. Variable resistor.
  2. Devices to oppose the flow of electric current.
  3. Coil of wire in a transformer.
  4. A type of negative-resistance oscillator using a 4 element vacuum tube.
  5. Type of wire splice.
  6. Unit used to express relative loudness of sounds.
  7. Obsolete term for a capacitor.
  8. Metallic element sometimes used for grid or plate electrodes.
  9. A measuring unit for wavelength of light and other radiation.
  10. Describing a 14-pin tube base.
  11. Region of electrically charged air beginning about 25 miles above earth's surface.
  12. Device in which resistance varies with applied voltage.
  13. A 4-electrode vacuum tube.
  14. High-resistance support or separator for conductors.
  15. Device which increases power and/or voltage or current.
  16. Basic two-terminal antenna.
  17. To adjust components of a letter and below by another system to proper interrelationship.
  18. Release of energy stored in a capacitor.
  19. A thousand cycles.
  20. Electric discharge through air.
  21. Non-vacuum electronic devices similar in use to electron tubes.
  22. Straight-line response to an input signal.
  23. What causes confusion at receiver.
  24. Converts bidirectional into unidirectional current flow.
  25. Material having less resistance than insulator but more than metal.

See answers below.

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Solution to R-E Puzzler for March 1967

   1  potentiometer

   2  resistors

   3  winding

   4  dynatron

   5  pigtail

   6  decibel

   7  condenser

   8  molybdenum

   9  angstrom

10  diheptal

11  ionosphere

12  varistor

13  tetrode

14  insulator

15  amplifier

16  dipole

17  align

18  discharge

19  kilocycle

20  flashover

21  transistors

22  linearity

23  interference

24  rectifier

25  semiconductor

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Posted March 13, 2024

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