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6/9/2005 Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzle

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Engineering & science crossword puzzle


1 Method of mathematically evaluating circuits

12 State of matter not gas, liquid or solid

14 Basic element

15 Switch position

16 Professor's student instructor, abbr.

18 Parts of an equation

19 Describes circuit with no current flowing

20 Memory Management Unit

22 Cooling device

23 Frequency Division Duplex

24 Where minerals for electronics are extracted

26 The evening star

28 Dilbert's female co-worker

30 Plactic tubing material, abbr.

33 Agilent's EE design software

34 One port of an amplifier

36 Surge protector vendor in Miami, FL

38 A quantum of radiant energy

40 BASIC looping keyword

41 Joined a male and a female connector

42 Logic gate

44 Least Significant Digit

45 Color 9

47 Last-century computer monitor

48 Ability to feed multiple gates

50 Constellation : The water snake

51 Opposite of O.D.

52 Peripheral Component Interface

54 Electronics killer from a nuclear blast, abbr.

55 Light communications transmission medium

58 A dial connects to it

60 Digital Enhanced Cordless Telephone

61 Land of the Free and Home of the Brave

63 Hub of the solar system

65 Nuclear reactor moderator

66 Component

68 Light Activated Silicon Controlled Rectifier

70 Noise figure, abbr.

71 Infrared

72 Telecommunications Information Network Architecture

73 Network controllers

75 Manufacturer of reed switch based & wound component products based in the UK


1 Plug-in for computer bus

2 FCC Part 15 rules apply here

3 Type of average, abbr.

4 Super glue, abbr.

5 World's only remaining superpower, abbr.

6 ____-out: last step prior to IC fabrication

7 Automated Test Equipment

8 Negation prefix

9 Modulation type, abbr.

10 The sense of hearing responds to this

11 One port of an amplifier

12 Abbreviation for Teflon

13 Semiconductor lamp, abbr.

16 Same as Across clue for this number

17 Army-Navy spec. prefix

19 Exponent that returns the original number

20 1e3 uV

21 A type of average

22 Start frequency, abbr.

24 1/000 of an inch

25 Integrated Circuit

27 America, abbr.

28 Turnket system test suite, abbr.

29 Predecessor to the LCD

30 Unit of acidity

31 The unit of potential difference

32 Resistor vendor in Berne, IN

34 Greek letter

35 Component of product cost, abbr.

36 Plug-in for computer bus

37 Manufacturer of the SINCGARS radio, in Ft. Wayne, IN

38 Type of memory device, abbr.

39 Opposite of I.D.

40 Type of digital filter, abbr.

41 Type of micro channel architecture

42 1e-6 mA

43 Exponent that returns the original number

45 3-phase transformer configuration

46 High Data Rate

48 First-In, First-Out

49 An electron spin

50 Heterojunction Bipolar Transistor

52 Unit of acidity

53 Stock

55 Field Effect Transistor

56 Integrated Circuit

57 The red planet

58 Symbol for tin

59 Time delay, abbr.

60 Resistance to fliud flow

61 Compiler statement

62 Special diode that can be switched, abbr.

63 Symbol for tin

64 Type of cable approved for direct burial, abbr.

66 Passive intermodulation, abbr.

67 Automatic Network Analyzer

68 Family of TTL logic

69 System for guiding aircraft, abbr.

71 Infrared

72 Transverse Magnetic

73 Metal parts engineer, abbr.

74 PC follower

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