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7/19/2001 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 Hollow, rectangular transmission medium
8 RF/microwave software vendor
12 Type of chart
13 Operated
14 Computer communication scheme
15 1e-6 mA
17 Soft
19 300 kHz to 3 MHz
20 Government lawyers, abbr.
22 Cooling device
23 Exponent that returns the original number
24 Racket
25 Toward the mouth
27 Comprises paragraphs
29 Manufacturer of high quality coaxial cable
30 H2O
32 Born
33 Boolean result
34 Mild oath
36 Golden
37 Utter platitudes
39 Stringed instrument
40 Thin layer deposit
42 Having a lot of interference
44 Metal parts engineers
46 Hermetic interfaces
48 Monitor tubes
49 Aircraft tracking system
51 Logical digits
52 Shelter
53 Nordic Mobile Telephone
54 File extension for MS word processor
55 Vietnam
56 Opposite of O.D.
58 Low friction surface
61 Government lawyer, abbr.
62 Amateur radio enthusiast
64 To be unwell
65 Attenuator
67 Symbol of the U.S.A.
68 Voltage where insulation is punctured
DOWN
1 Bill's famous OS
2 Subordinate to the Pres
3 Electronics Industry Association
4 Electronics manufacturer with "meatball" logo
5 Type of Mylar covering
6 Indian dish
7 Mix with data
8 Modern battlefield technique
9 Organ of hearing
10 Symbol for tin
11 Ten plus five
16 RF passive device manufacturer in Bay Shore, NY
17 Jackdaw
18 Between ems and ohs
19 4th rock from the sun
21 Orbiting communications device
24 He defined the "k" in "kTB"
26 Demagnetize
28 Lessened
29 Discoverer of Jupiter's moons
31 Full of rats
33 End
35 Thread cutting tool
36 Image storage format
38 Type of surface in statics and dynamics
41 Connector supplier
43 Used logic gates
44 MathCAD on steroids
45 Point at (0,0,0) for z = y^2 - x^2
47 Have a positive phase wrt a reference
49 Kind of AC voltage or current
50 Fish eggs
57 Programmable logic device
59 Type of digital filter
60 Software drafting tool
62 Symbol for mercury
63 Metal parts engineer
65 Max or min voltage of a waveform
66 Perform

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