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May 16, 2010 Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzle

 

2010 Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzles

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RF Cafe - Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzle - 5-16-2010

ACROSS

1. Radio Amateur Satellite Corporation (abbr.)

6. 300 Hz to 3 kHz

7. Computer character set (abbr.)

13. Large asteroid orbiting between Saturn and Uranus

15. Does not reference the power supply outputs to ground

17. Chemical symbol for neon

18. Area on a shaft for accommodating a setscrew

21. Opposite of O.D.

22. Original Equipment Manufacturer (abbr.)

24. Equivalent Series Resistance (abbr.)

26. Band between RF and BB

27. Display type

28. Direction of carbon fiber strands

30. Type of current

32. Collection of electronic records (abbr.)

34. Chemical symbol for polonium

36. Pure carrier (abbr.)

37. Unit of inductance (abbr.)

38. Chemical symbol for thallium

40. Crystal faces

43. Infrared (abbr.)

44. Galilean moon

45. Causes the temperature to drop

47. PC follower

48. Opposite of set

50. Multifunctional silicon devices (abbr., pl.)

53. Type of flip-flop

54. Singulated piece of IC wafer

56. Bandwidth (abbr.)

58. Amp/1000

61. Weight (abbr.)

62. 12 inches (pl.)

63. Scheduling graph type

65. Power supply vendor in Minneapolis, MN

66. Electromagnetic wavelength unit

70. Bit rate unit

72. Akin to an EE, CE, AE, etc.

73. Boob tube (abbr.)

74. Analog-to-Digital (abbr.)

75. Chemical symbol for holmium

77. Next to

78. System simulation software vendor purchased by Eagleware, then by Agilent

81. Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing

83. Its chemical symbol is O

86. Electronics manufacturer with "meatball" logo

87. 10^1 numerical prefix

88. One port of an amplifier

90. Frequency response graph

95. Home state of Los Alamos lab (abbr.)

96. Chemical symbol for cobalt

98. Chemical symbol for cadmium

100. Chemical symbol for bismuth

101. Base 16 number system (abbr.)

103. Million multiply accumulate operations (abbr.)

105. Transmit Incremental Tuning (abbr.)

107. Its chemical symbol is No

108. Suppresses an oscillation

DOWN

1. Type of current flow (abbr.)

2. Unit of inductance (abbr.)

3. Trigonometric function equal to the ratio between the side opposite a given angle, and the hypotenuse

4. Amateur Radio Emergency Service (abbr.)

5. Part of a FOR loop

7. Chemical symbol for aluminum

8. Small DIP package (abbr.)

9. Computer Assisted Design and Development

10. Network department (abbr.)

11. Network department (abbr.)

12. Innovative Power ________, RF coupler & power divider company in Holbrook, , NY

14. A measure of receiver quality (abbr.)

15. Unit of length (abbr.)

16. ________ Solutions, cellphone & wireless RF device manufacturer in Woburn, MA

19. Chemical symbol for lithium

20. Sound frequency in the human hearing range (abbr.)

23. Reflected radar or sonar signal

25. Radio Direction Finding (abbr.)

27. Linux Operating System (abbr.)

29. Asynchronous Communication Interface Adapter (abbr.)

31. Logic family (abbr.)

33. Stock symbol for Boeing

34. Chemical symbol for platinum

35. Internet address (abbr.)

39. Family of ICs with a certain component density level (abbr.)

41. Mr. Gauss' first name

42. European spectrum allocation agency (abbr.)

43. Current-voltage phase mnemonic

46. RF shielding manufacturer headquartered in Easton, PA

49. The "E" in EHF

51. Centimeter (abbr.)

52. Chemical symbol for silicon

54. Decimeter (abbr.)

55. Internet protocol (abbr.)

57. Term used in soldering to achieve the condition that occurs when the metals being soldered are hot enough to melt the solder so it flows over the surface

59. Be behind in phase

60. Airport Surveillance Radar (abbr.)

61. One of the Ws in WWW

62. Gasoline, diesel, etc.

64. Nano___, a cylindrical form of graphene

65. ________ Microwave Corporation, RF switch, attenuator, and DLVAs company in Frederick, MD

66. Capacitor manufacturer

67. Crystal filter type (abbr.)

68. Time division duplex (abbr.)

69. Unit of admittance

71. Akin to statics, with movement

73. Semiconductor and calculator company (abbr.)

76. Shorthand for oxygen

79. Chemical symbol for silver

80. Japanese semiconductor & equipment manufacturer (abbr.)

81. Decibels above or below a dipole antenna (abbr.)

82. 1/000 of an inch

84. 36 in. (abbr., pl.)

85. Chemical symbol for gallium

89. Chemical symbol for nobelium

91. Unix, Linux or Windows (abbr.)

92. Electronic warfare defense (abbr.)

93. BlackBerry or Jordana for example (abbr.)

94. Opposite of I.D.

95. Chemical symbol for niobium

97. Keyboard key

99. Chemical element abbreviated Sn

101. Chemical symbol for helium

102. Greek letter

103. Unit of length (abbr.)

104. "Calling any amateur radio station"

105. Chemical symbol for xenon

106. Coefficient of temperature (abbr.)


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