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2/10/2002 Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzle

Visit the Crossword Express website - RF CafeTake a well-deserved break and try your hand at some of these goodies. Every word in the RF Cafe crossword puzzles is specifically related to engineering, mathematics, and science. There are no generic backfill words like many other puzzles give you, so you'll never see a clue asking for the name of a movie star or a mountain on the Russia-China border.

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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


1 Type of overvoltage protection

8 Drawing

15 Large marine mammal

16 Honey insect

18 Smeared

19 Delighted

20 Terminations

22 Fresh-water fish

24 Near to

25 Alcohol, MEK or naphtha, for instance

27 Component of product cost

29 Modern battlefield tactic, abbr.

31 Long sides of right triangles

34 Opposite of a LO

35 Section of a circle

37 ___ Frequency Control, Holly Springs, PA

38 Not good

39 Sesame plant

40 Incendiary jellylike substance

42 Semiconductor manufacturer

44 Web's most popular RF site

46 Pluck

47 Printer manufacturer

49 Heat sink vendor in Laconia, NH

50 Simulated military operation

51 Change connector type

56 Decree

57 The "S" in SSI

62 Element first observed on the sun

64 Insect

65 Set a steady-state voltage

66 High-speed logic family

67 Revolution

69 Unit of work

70 Amateur radio enthusiast

71 PC follower

72 World's most prestigious (and lowest paying) profession

76 Perform

77 Government lawyer, abbr.

78 Mean, geometric, rolling, etc.

79 Type of current flow

81 Filter manufacturer in San Juan Capistrano, CA

83 Wrong

84 RF Cafe webmaster

86 Multiplier

88 Antenna, abbr.

89 Middle

91 Shift into a higher gear

92 Hero of the Odyssey


1 Trim pot turning direction

2 Used test equipment vendor

3 Earthen pot

4 Ire

5 Manufacturer of project boxes

6 Chemical symbol for arsenic

7 Antenna vendor in Cohasset, MA

9 Network department

10 Microelectronics manufacturer

11 Toothed wheels

12 Speed contest

13 Part of verb to be

14 Possessive form of me

16 Threaded fastener

17 Paradise

20 Survey

21 Limit with a diode

23 Averages

25 Junk e-mail

26 Former Russian ruler

28 Used lubricant

30 Enclose in paper

32 Yellow of an egg

33 Erbium Doped Fiber Amplifier, abbr.

34 High fidelity

36 Microprocessor

39 23rd letter of the Hebrew alphabet

41 Army-Navy spec

42 RF component supplier (now L3-COM)

43 Act together

45 Super glue, abbr.

47 Software engineering tool

48 Nordic Mobile Telephone

51 In front

52 Digital Enhanced Cordless Telephone

53 Entirely

54 Ratio of circumference to diameter

55 Adjust a variable cap

57 "+" or "-"

58 1/000 of an amp

59 Powdery residue

60 Have a positive phase wrt a reference

61 Type of semiconductor

63 1000000 prefix

65 Soft cheese

68 Exclamation of acclaim

69 Units of work

72 3rd planet

73 Electric enclosure standard setter

74 The Orient

75 Ratios of output to input power

77 Data conversion devices

80 Computer displays

81 Once around the circuit

82 Colorful form of the common carp

84 Scrambling code essential

85 Golfers mound

86 Upper frequency, abbr.

87 "__ & Microwaves" magazine

89 Type of model airplane control system, abbr.

90 Type of flip-flop

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RF Cafe - Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzle


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