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4/16/2001 Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzle

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RF Cafe - Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzle
ACROSS
1   Boolean application
6   High voltage withstanding test
11 Government lawyers, abbr.
12 Keyboard key
13 BASIC looping keyword
15 Type of current flow
19 1/000 of an amp
20 Wires
22 Parts
24 Time delay, abbr.
25 Exponent that returns the original number
26 Powers pneumatic devices
27 Semiconductor and calculator company
28 Termination places of wires
29 Scottish Gaelic
31 Supplement
34 Energy of position
35 Black bird
37 Type of transistor
41 Indigo
45 Part of the verb to be
47 Type of soldered joint
48 Upper limb
49 Upper frequency, abbr.
50 Monetary unit of Spain
51 C++ file type
52 PC follower
53 European equivalent to the U.L.
54 Imaging device
56 Government program to bring electricity to farms
57 Positive voltage lead color
59 Group of data to be saved
60 RF/microwave software vendor
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2   Opposite of I.D.
3   4 quarts
4   Network department
5   S-Parameter instrument
7   Band between RF and baseband
8   Exponentials
9   Logic gate
10 Hobby knife
14 Early programming language
16 Software drafting tool
17 VB keyword
18 Foretell
19 Encountered
21 Last statement in a program
23 Digital filter implementation
30 Negation prefix
31 Electronics Industry Association
32 Voltage-current phase mnemonic
33 Metric system
36 Attenuator configuration
38 RF cable manufacturer
39 Consume
40 Attenuator topology
41 Exclamations of surprise
42 Component of product cost
43 Digital pictures
44 Allowed epoxy to harden
46 Adjust a pot
49 Forward Error Correction
54 Type of model airplane control system, abbr.
55 Type of current
57 Component of product cost
58 Perform

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