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January 10, 2010 Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzle


2010 Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzles

Visit the Crossword Express website - RF CafeTake a well-deserved break and try your hand at some of these goodies. Every word in the RF Cafe crossword puzzles is specifically related to engineering, mathematics, and science. There are no generic backfill words like many other puzzles give you, so you'll never see a clue asking for the name of a movie star or a mountain on the Russia-China border.

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RF Cafe - Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzle


1. ________  _________, passive RF components company in Fairview, TX (2 wds.)

11. Satellite TV system

12. Chemical symbol for silicon

13. Chemical symbol for helium

14. Intermodulation distortion (abbr.)

16. Meet all test requirements

18. Balun with both ports unbalanced (pl.)

20. ____ Electronics - RF/microwave components manufacturer in Denville, NJ

22. Network department (abbr.)

24. Chemical symbol for nickel

26. The system than converts common website names to IP addresses (abbr.)

28. Mass unit (abbr.)

29. Unit of time (abbr.)

30. Field Programmable Gate Array (abbr.)

32. A common RS-232 serial bus command (abbr.)

34. Premier RF/microwave engineering magazine (abbr.)

36. Stock symbol for Intel

38. Greek letter

39. Band between RF and BB

40. Runge-_____ method in differential equations

43. Modulation type (abbr.)

45. Bands between RF and baseband

46. Class of spread spectrum (abbr.)

48. Amateurese for "wife"

49. Notch type filter (abbr.)

51. One port on a FET

53. Chemical symbol for scandium

54. ___- +55A Microwave, RF switch manufacturer in Ventura, CA

55. 54A- + ______ Microwave, RF switch manufacturer in Ventura, CA

56. Chemical symbol for strontium

57. Prefix meaning ground or earth

59. Radio Amateurs of Canada

61. Japanese semiconductor & equipment manufacturer

62. Move in a raster pattern

64. A "1" or a "0"

65. European equivalent to the U.L.

67. A gaseous substance that can be liquefied by pressure alone

69. Collection of electronic records (abbr.)

70. Unit of weight

72. Audio Frequency Shift Keying (abbr.)

74. Using the moon as a passive reflector to establish a signal path; moonbounce (abbr.)

76. Miniature threaded RF connector

78. 6th Greek letter

79. 30 kHz to 300 kHz

80. 300 Hz to 3 kHz

82. Device under test (abbr.)

84. Chemical symbol for beryllium

85. Surface mount (abbr.)

86. Attenuator (pl.)

88. Electro-mechanical switching device

89. Unit of length equal to 5.5 yards (pl.)

91. Type of logic gate

93. Millimeter (abbr.)

94. Analog-to-Digital (abbr.)

95. Electrical overstress (abbr.)

97. Part of a directive antenna that derives energy from mutual coupling with the driven element (2 wds., pl.)


1. Start frequency (abbr.)

2. MS's server-side script engine for dynamically-generated web pages (abbr.)

3. Receiver power level circuitry (abbr.)

4. Digital encoding of the transmission mode in the vertical sync portion of an SSTV image (abbr.)

5. Moving air

6. Charged particles

7. Unit of resistance

8. 5 work days

9. Circuit element connecting PCB layers

10. Electromagnetic (abbr.)

11. Change from the initial value

15. The "D" in CD (pl.)

17. Automatic network analyzer (abbr.)

19. Volt, meter, pint, pound, eg.

21. Common gateway interface (abbr.)

23. Attenuator topology

25. Chemical symbol for platinum

27. Bandwidth (abbr.)

29. Teflon (abbr.)

31. Triangular joint filler added for strength (pl.)

32. Chemical symbol for californium

33. Radio signal that is reflected back to earth from one of the layers of the ionosphere

34. Point placed on a scope or analyzer display for noting a specific value (pl.)

35. Intel x86 command for " jump if above"

37. Type of aircraft dope

39. Network department (abbr.)

41. Electrical safety organization (abbr.)

42. Chemical symbol for terbium

44. Chemical symbol for magnesium

47. Special diode type that can be switched (abbr.)

48. Type of logic gate

50. Method of self-detection and self-fixing transmission of digital data (abbr.)

52. Amplifier Solutions Corporation (abbr.)

57. Image file format name extension

58. Type of current flow (abbr.)

60. Chemical symbol for calcium

61. Chemical symbol for nobelium

62. Chemical symbol for antimony

63. Logical negation (pl.)

64. Strong, lightweight wood

66. BS__ - the degree held by many RF Cafe visitors

68. Mr. Dirac's first name

69. 10^1 numerical prefix

71. Narrowband Advanced Mobile Phone System (abbr.)

73. Large unit of apparent power (abbr.)

75. 1/000 of an amp (abbr.)

77. Megacycles (abbr.)

78. One system's phonetic letter "z"

81. Frequency division multiple access (abbr.)

82. 10^-1 numerical prefix

83. Medium for storing large amounts of digital data

84. Frequency vs. amplitude plot

86. BlackBerry or Jordana for example (abbr.)

87. "Texting" (abbr.)

89. Type of data storage IC

90. Adjust a pot

92. Chemical symbol for neptunium

96. Unix, Linux or Windows (abbr.)

See solution below

RF Cafe - Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzle

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Windfreak Technologies Frequency Synthesizers - RF Cafe
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