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ACROSS

2. Opposite of I.D.

4. Chemical symbol for scandium

7. Lubricants

11. Chemical symbol for neon

12. Yard, abbr.

13. Dielectric material

16. Soldering iron, pliers, wire cutters, tweezers, etc.

18. Rechargeable battery type, abbr.

19. Radiating device

21. Types of memories

23. Chemical symbol for selenium

24. Network department, abbr.

25. Chemical symbol for ruthenium

26. Chemical symbol for radon

27. Type of current flow

29. Abbreviation for peak voltage

31. Unit of work

32. Chemical symbol for polonium

33. Chemical symbol for californium

35. An array of 12 or 16 numbered keys that generate the standard telephone dual tone multifrequency (DTMF) dialing signals, 2 wds.

37. A component of YAG devices

39. Amplifier company located in Camarillo, CA, now owned by AML

44. Administered

49. Chemical symbol for gold

50. Logic gate

51. Computer monitor cable type

52. 10^1 numerical prefix

53. Megacycles

54. *PS

55. A BPF spec

56. Chemical symbol for strontium

58. Chemical symbol for neodymium

60. Unit of temperature

63. A substance that oxidizes another substance

67. Used lubricant

68. International phonetic alphabet letter "D"

69. Meet the required test parameters

70. Chemical symbol for zinc

71. Stock symbol for Boeing

73. 10^-1 numerical prefix

74. One component of a complex number, abbr.

75. Surface mount, abbr.

DOWN

1. Greek letter

2. Switch position

3. Adjusted the specification for temperature

4. The sum is greater than the parts

5. Chemical symbol for cadmium

6. Places on a PCB for attaching a device

8. Charged particle

9. Sample groups

10. Piece of heat-shrink tubing slipped over a connection

13. Primary objective for a Newtonian telescope

14. Small representative graphic

15. Person responsible for program spending, abbr.

17. Chemical symbol for tin

18. Chemical symbol for neptunium

20. Chemical symbol for nickel

22. Chemical symbol for europium

27. PC follower

28. Chemical symbol for cobalt

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

32. Chemical symbol for platinum

33. Chemical symbol for copper

34. Type of modulation

36. Amplifier Solutions Corporation, abbr.

38. Total Radiated Power, abbr.

39. A common battery cell size

40. Greek letter (micro)

41. Collective term for nonidealities in a transmission line

42. Infrared, abbr.

43. Angle described by hypotenuse/opposite sides ratio

44. Soaks up RF energy

45. Chemical symbol for palladium

46. Ceased flying

47. Electromagnetic

48. Type of current

54. Oscillator slaved to a reference, abbr., pl.

55. Upper frequency, abbr.

57. Mate to a Tx

59. Resistor manufacturer in Yankton, SD

60. Indication of quality of received message

61. Electronics Industry Association, abbr.

62. Opposite of O.D.

64. __, ego, and super ego

65. Negative temperature coefficient, abbr.

66. Loose end of a cable

70. Chemical symbol for zirconium

72. Modulation type


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