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3/12/2007 Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzle

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RF Cafe: Engineering & science crossword puzzle


1. Distance from the earth to the sun - ___ unit

8. Chemical symbol for holmium

9. Unit of weight

11. Dilbert's dog

15. Hz

17. Chemical symbol for nickel

19. Adjust a capacitor

20. Has a positive phase wrt a reference

22. Part of a FOR loop

23. Chemical symbol for selenium

24. 1 GHz to 2 GHz

26. Last statement in a program

28. Swiss mathematician Leonhard _____

30. Decimeter, abbr.

31. Chemical symbol for neptunium

32. Chemical symbol for silicon

33. Related to FM by a differential

35. Chemical symbol for calcium

37. Unix, Linux or Windows

38. Generated an official engineering change document

40. 1/000 of an inch

42. A receiver figure of merit, abbr., pl.

44. Chemical symbol for arsenic

46. Foot, abbr.

47. The identity number

49. High power density battery chemistry, abbr.

51. One component of a complex number, abbr.

52. Mate to a bolt

53. Reusable space vehicle

55. Original Equipment Manufacturer

57. Type of current flow

58. He, along with A.A. Michelson, precisely measured the speed of light


2. A figure of merit for an amplifier, abbr.

3. Factors of a polynomial

4. Defense electronics contractor in Ft. Wayne, IN

5. Chemical symbol for cobalt

6. Army-Navy spec

7. Maximally flat group delay frequency selective device

10. Device to match the antenna impedance to the system

12. Color #5

13. Chemical symbol for bismuth

14. Electromagnetic

15. The "Cad" part of NiCad

16. Chemical symbol for palladium

18. Charged particle

20. Chemical symbol for lanthanum

21. Last statement in a BASIC subroutine, pl.

24. Front edge of a wing, abbr.

25. Securing device

27. Leave a film on a surface

29. The "U" in fU (think BPF)

34. Stock symbol for Microsoft

36. Change connector type

39. Chemical symbol for cesium

41. Maker of quality spectrum analyzers in Wichita, Kansas

43. Chemical symbol for dysprosium

45. Of the sun

48. Greek letter

49. Chemical symbol for lutetium

50. Network department

53. Miniature threaded RF connector

54. High-speed logic family

55. Opposite of I.D.

56. Modern battlefield technique, abbr.

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