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RF Cafe: Engineering & science crossword puzzle

ACROSS

2. Webmaster of RF Cafe

13. Set of poles

14. A data conversion device, abbr.

15. Equivalent Series Resistance, abbr.

17. Million Multiply Accumulate Operations, abbr.

19. Chemical symbol for praseodymium

21. Java Application Manager, abbr.

22. Electronic Variable Optical Attenuator, abbr.

24. Singulated piece of IC wafer

25. Opposite of O.D.

26. Automatic Network Analyzer, abbr.

27. Field of study concerning transistors, capacitors, diodes, inductors, etc.

28. Chemical symbol for chromium

29. Test Equipment, abbr.

30. Electrical overstress, abbr.

32. Speed setting mechanism on an engine

37. BSEE + 2 years

40. Chemical symbol for nickel

41. Logic gate

42. Left-____ or right-____ rule

43. Electrical generator locomotions

44. Readability, Signal, and Tone (QoS report type)

45. Chemical symbol for iron

47. A common battery cell size

48. Combination transmitter/receiver

51. FCC Part 15 rules apply in this band

52. Chemical symbol for francium

53. International Telecommunications Union, abbr.

55. Adjacent Channel Power Ratio, abbr.

56. Filter vendor now owned by Spectrum Microwave

57. Chemical symbol for chlorine

59. Antenna radiated power measurement, abbr.

61. Field Effect Transistor, abbr.

62. Atmospheres, abbr.

64. Kilohms, abbr.

66. Antenna vendor in Cohasset, MA

DOWN

1. RF connector company in Merlin, OR

3. Internet Protocol, abbr.

4. Type of memory

5. Used to control sequence of events

6. International phonetic alphabet letter "B"

7. Analog-to-Digital, abbr.

8. Transformer interwinding connection

9. Coefficient of Temperature, abbr.

10. A disk operation

11. Global System for Mobile Communications, abbr.

12. Chemical symbol for erbium

16. The common connection for all parts of a circuit that connect to the negative side of the power supply, 2 wds.

18. Describes the configuration of conductors in coax cable

19. Ratio of circumference to diameter

20. Name is given to the opposition to the flow of an electrical current

21. Unstable edge phenomenon

23. Powers pneumatic devices

24. Both LSB and USB

31. Exponent that returns the original number

33. Stock symbol for Harris Communications

34. Opposite of I.D.

35. Scientific postulate

36. Chemical symbol for lanthanum

38. Chemical symbol for europium

39. Chemical symbol for silicon

46. Unit of heat

47. A common battery cell size

49. Short duration, large amplitude waveform

50. The "E" in BER

52. Fast-Scan TV, abbr.

54. Chemical symbol for thallium

56. Finite Element Analysis, abbr.

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

60. Greek letter

61. Chemical symbol for iron

62. Chemical symbol for silver

63. Chemical symbol for manganese

65. Chemical symbol for manganese


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