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11/26/2006 Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzle

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RF Cafe engineering & science crossword puzzle

ACROSS

1. Antenna structure that connects directly to the feed line

10. Type of current flow

12. Special diode that can be switched

13. Chemical symbol for xenon

14. Heterojunction Bipolar Transistor

15. Filter vendor bought by Spectrum Microwave

16. Femtofarad, abbr.

18. Computer Assisted Design and Development

20. Global System for Mobile Communications

22. Last stage in a transmitter, abbr.

23. Forward Error Correction

24. Astronomical distance of 3.26 light years

26. A "1" or a "0"

27. Electromagnetic, abbr.

28. Asynchronous Transfer Mode

29. Semiconductor and calculator company, abbr.

30. Chemical symbol for polonium

31. Launch a satellite, slang

32. Chemical symbol for silicon

34. World's only remaining superpower

35. 1.602E-19 Joules

37. Test Point

38. Chemical symbol for zinc

39. Electrical safety organization, abbr.

41. Kilocycles, abbr.

42. Negation prefix

43. Chemical symbol for chromium

44. A common battery cell size

45. Chemical symbol for tantalum

47. Min-to-max voltage of a waveform

48. Unit of energy, or mechanical work

49. Next to

50. Automatic Gain Control

52. Channel used for earth-to-satellite communications

56. Keyboard key

57. Audio Frequency

59. Manufacturer of project boxes

61. Maker of high power attenuators in Solon, OH

63. Chemical symbol for radium

64. The inverse of exponentiation

65. Rádio Nacional de Angola, abbr.

67. Chemical symbol for nobelium

68. Base 16 numerical system

70. Chemical symbol for strontium

71. Responding to high temperatures, 2 wds.

DOWN

1. Calculus operations

2. Network department, abbr.

3. Voltage-Controlled Oscillator

4. Chemical symbol for erbium

5. Fremont, CA based company that designs analog and mixed-signal silicon solutions for the worldwide communications infrastructure.

6. Semiconductor lamps

7. Millihenry, abbr.

8. High voltage resistor manufacturer in Montreal, Quebec

9. Government vehicular accident investigation group

10. Application Service Provider

11. Super glue

17. Finite-Element Model

18. Person responsible for program spending, abbr.

19. Morse Code for "from"

21. 1/000 of an inch

24. Positively doped silicon

25. Oscillator manufacturer in Whippany, NJ (abbr.)

28. ___-AZIMUTH telescope mount

30. Phase Shift Keying

32. Chemical symbol for tin

33. A subatomic particle that carries a fractional electric charge and is considered to be a building block of elementary particles

36. Voice of America

38. Chemical symbol for zirconium

40. Be behind in phase

43. Central Processing Unit

46. Computer monitor cable type, abbr.

48. Last statement in a program

49. Digital transmission figure of merit, abbr.

51. Allow a 2-part epoxy finish to "dry"

53. Chemical symbol for lead

54. A straight or curved continuous extent of length without breadth

55. Chemical symbol for Fe

58. BASIC looping keyword

60. Digital___, from Motorola (now Freescale)

62. Adjust a pot

66. PC follower

68. Opposite of a LO

69. Greek letter


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