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5/14/2001 Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzle

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Note: A standard for crossword puzzles is when all words in a clue are capitalized, the solution is the abbreviation or acronym for that clue; e.g., Alternating Current = AC.

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RF Cafe - Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzle

ACROSS
1  Satellite TV system
4  A 3G modulation scheme
8  Switch configuration
12 Knock vigorously
13 Monastery of friars
15 Bean curd
16 A transistor terminal
18 Super glue, abbr.
19 High speed Internet connection
20 Used to remove insulation from magnet wire
22 IC fab substrate
24 Thin stratum
25 Official engineering change documents
27 Category of model aviation, abbr.
28 Musical staff sign
30 Terminal digit of the foot
31 Shipboard anti-aircraft system
35 Keyboard key
37 Attempt
39 Forerunner to NASA
40 From
43 PbSn
46 Church seat
47 8th month of the Jewish calendar
49 Pair
50 Two-wheeled one-horse carriage
52 Envelop in fog
54 Display type
56 Jokes
59 Semiconductor and calculator company
60 Hawaiian outdoor feast
62 Small particle
64 Part of a screwdriver
67 Shaped like a sesame seed
69 Steps descending to a river
70 Satisfactory
72 Enduring
73 First-class
74 Parts distributor in Newark, NJ
76 Tree
77 Spawning area of salmon
78 Quick sharp bark
79 Handwoven Scandinavian rug
DOWN
1  Neatly route a cable bundle
2  Connector vendor
3  Printed inductor shape
4  Soft, crinkled fabric
5  Give direction to
6  1/000 of an amp
7  Section of a circle
8  Make stiff
9  Attitude
10 Receiver specification
11 Large cask
13 Network file transfer protocol
14 Vertical aircraft axis
17 Counted clock cycles
21 Plot of poles and zeros
23 Colorado Springs military school
26 Withered
29 Type of transistor
32 Band ___ of an element
33 Current-voltage phase mnemonic
34 Crystal filter type
36 Cover
38 Oscillator compound
40 Minor falsehood
41 Cereal grass
42 Idiot
44 Without value
45 Excavate
48 Turned about an axis
51 Greek letter
53 Image storage format
55 Skillful
57 Peanut
58 Silently
61 Encroach
63 Dropsy
64 Foot covering
65 Analog clock feature
66 Unit of weight
68 Vessel built by Noah
69 Needlefish
71 Encryption/decryption necessity
75 Plural of I

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