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10/19/2007 Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzle

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RF Cafe: Engineering & science crossword puzzle


1. Constellation: The scales

4. Joint Tactical Radio Service

8. Unintended frequency product from a mixer

10. Modulation type, abbr.

11. Kilohms, abbr.

12. Time Division Multiplexing

13. Short for potentiometer

14. Chemical symbol for rhodium

16. Surrounding environmental conditions, pl.

19. The "L" in LED

20. Basic element

21. RF engineer's degree, abbr.

23. Automated Test Equipment

24. Elementary particles

25. Designated place on PCB to making a measurement, abbr.

27. A measure of magnetic force

31. Maximum Usable Frequency

32. Type of logic gate, pl.

33. Front edge of a wing, abbr.

34. Chemical symbol for radium

35. See 25 down

36. Direct Digital Synthesis

37. Unwanted frequency and/or amplitude content, pl.

40. Chemical symbol for selenium

41. 10^2 numerical prefix

42. Stock symbol for Raytheon

43. Advanced Communication Technologies and Services

44. Cellular Telecommunications Industry Association

46. Strong, lightweight wood

48. Popular poisoning element for Russian agents

51. PC follower

52. BlackBerry or iPAQ

54. Deutsche Industrie Normenausschuss

55. Material testing organization, abbr.

57. Chemical symbol for europium

58. Fremont, CA based company that designs, develops and markets high-performance, analog and mixed-signal silicon solutions for the worldwide communications infrastructure.

59. Small Office/Home Office

60. The "S" in SSI ICs


1. International phonetic alphabet letter "L"

2. Emits electromagnetic energy

3. Device for measuring electrical current

4. Type of flip flop

5. Opposite of bottom, pl.

6. Greek letter

7. Type of electronic component package, abbr.

8. Circuit configuration whereby all current from a source flows through a single path

9. A word in RMS

12. Chemical symbol for terbium

15. Chemical symbol for mercury

17. Chemical symbol for nobelium

18. Chemical symbol for thulium

19. Glass device is used for focusing light

21. International QSL forwarding bureau

22. System for underwater navigation

23. Automatic Packet Position Reporting System

24. Greek letter (micro)

25. Rotate

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

27. Boolean expression, pl.

28. Name given to the most frequently occurring number in a series of numbers

29. Electronic Intelligence, abbr.

30. Assures proper functionality

31. Elementary particle

35. Its chemical symbol is Ti

37. 10^1 numerical prefix

38. Semiconductor and calculator company, abbr.

39. Type of vacuum tube, pl.

41. The star Alpha Geminorum

44. Chemical symbol for cobalt

45. Chemical symbol for thallium

46. Eight bits

47. Chemical symbol for lanthanum

48. For electron mobility: Mean Free ____

49. One port of an amplifier

50. Snail- and E- are examples of this

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

53. Digital Storage Oscilloscope

56. Chemical symbol for molybdenum

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