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10/19/2006 Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzle

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2. 30 kHz to 300 kHz

3. Modem encoding method, abbr.

4. Too much EMF

5. Line of Sight

6. 1E6 nanoseconds

7. Three-sided figures

10. Keyboard character deleter

12. Last statement in a program

14. 1e-6 mA

15. Equalizer, abbr.

16. A receiver quality spec., abbr.

18. Unit of time, abbr.

20. Part of a FOR loop

22. Constellation : The lion

23. 3-phase transformer configuration

26. Original Equipment Manufacturer

27. Time Delay

29. Infrared

30. Government program to bring electricity to farms, abbr.

32. Converts continuously variable level to discrete levels

33. Min-to-max voltage of a waveform, abbr.

36. Army-Navy spec

37. Boob tube

39. Precision landing system, abbr.

41. Field Effect Transistor

43. Unwanted mixing of two or more RF signals that creates unintended frequencies

44. Describes the nature of a radio wave

46. The "E" in EMF

48. Microfarad, abbr.

50. Millimeter, abbr.

51. It equals 1/2*m*v^2

53. A BPF spec

56. Ratio of circumference to diameter

58. Computer communication scheme, abbr.

59. Digital ___(tm) by Texas Instruments

63. Band between RF and BB

65. Nanohenry, abbr.

67. FCC Part 15 rules apply here

69. Digital Communication System

74. Audio Frequency

77. Femtofarad, abbr.

79. Frequency Division Duplex

80. Last stage in a transmitter, abbr., pl.

84. 300 kHz to 3 MHz

86. Millihenry, abbr.

88. Talks to an RX

90. Picofarad, abbr.

92. 30 MHz to 300 MHz

94. Radio Amateurs of Canada

97. The measure of heat intensity

99. Turns human code into machine code, pl.

101. Electrical safety organization, abbr.

102. Ham abbreviation for "distant station"

103. First American woman in space

105. 3 GHz to 30 GHz

107. nH *1000

108. Equalizer, abbr.

109. Broadband Over Power Lines

111. Switch position

113. Chemical symbol for beryllium

115. Official Space Shuttle designation, abbr.

116. Digital Storage Oscilloscope

119. Metric system, abbr.

120. 10^1 numerical prefix

122. Half of Vpp for a sinewave

123. Engineering Change Order

125. A LP filter spec

126. Symbol for tin

129. The J-3

130. Stock symbol for Texas Instruments

132. Home state of Los Alamos lab

134. Internet Protocol


1. 30 Hz to 300 Hz

5. Stock symbol for Lockheed Martin

8. Start frequency, abbr.

9. Unix, Linux or Windows

11. Part of a complex number, abbr.

13. Sharp bends in I-V curves

16. Super glue, abbr.

17. Indium phosphide chemical symbol

19. Automatic repeat request used in AMTOR

20. Type of RF connector

21. Asynchronous Digital Subscriber Line

23. Force through a distance

24. 2-part adhesive

25. A BASIC reserved keyword

28. Antenna power abbreviation

31. Semiconductor lamp

32. Directions for verifying proper function, abbr.

34. ___ Magnet Wire, located in Lafayette, Indiana

35. Electromagnetic, abbr.

36. Change connector type

38. Type of current flow

39. One port of an amplifier

40. 300 Hz to 3 kHz

42. Mechanical drawing reference plane, abbr.

43. Institute of Electrical Engineers (U.K)

45. 1.602E-19 Joules

47. Hub of the solar system

49. Stock symbol for Lockheed Martin

52. 30 kHz to 300 kHz

54. Foot, abbr.

55. __P, one byproduct of a nuclear explosion

56. Ratio of circumference to diameter

57. High-speed logic family

59. Deutsche Industrie Normenausschuss

60. Powers pneumatic devices

61. Unit of weight

62. Add solder to tip of iron

64. Antenna, abbr.

66. Part of this website's title

67. Galilean moon

68. Opposite of I.D.

70. Opposite of a LO

71. IC killer

72. Wire diameter unit, abbr.

73. 1/000 of an amp

75. Greek letter (micro)

76. Chemical symbol for arsenic

77. Chemical symbol for iron

78. Switch position

80. Circuit for firing a magnetron, abbr.

81. Direct Memory Access

82. Gun safety and education organization, abbr.

83. Intermodulation distortion, abbr.

85. Specialized Mobile Radio

87. 300 Hz to 3 kHz

88. Semiconductor and calculator company

89. Test point, abbr.

91. Chemical symbol for mercury

92. Variable crystal oscillator, abbr.

93. Maker of quality spectrum analyzers in Wichita, Kansas

95. Measure of acidity

96. Negative Temperature Coefficient

98. PC follower

100. Upper frequency, abbr.

102. Type of current

104. Unix, Linux or Windows

106. LED manufacturer in Palatine, Illinois

109. Stock symbol for Boeing

110. Unit of admittance

112. Stock symbol for Hewlett Packard

113. A new method for supplying Internet service to homes, abbr.

114. Circuit for firing a magnetron, abbr., pl.

116. Stock symbol for Dell Computer

117. Geometrically defined figure that has the same shape as a ring doughnut

118. Cellphone display, abbr.

121. Radio term for indicating the end of a transmission segment

124. Enhanced Graphics Adapter

125. Resistor vendor in Berne, IN

127. Peripheral Component Interface

128. Type of flip-flop

129. Determine a quantity

131. Opposite of I.D.

132. A Greek letter

133. Another Greek letter

135. Miniature RF connector

136. Silicon transistor type

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