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Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzle

January 30, 2011

2011 Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzles

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RF Cafe - Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzle, 1-30-2011


1. The sending of radio signals (pl.)

9. Coordinated Universal Time (abbr.)

10. Transmit Incremental Tuning (abbr.)

12. Filter type that blocks upper frequencies (abbr.)

14. Unit of time (abbr.)

15. James _______ discovered the aberration of light

19. Chemical symbol for chromium

20. Morse Code for "from"

21. A common battery cell size

23. Amateur Radio Association (abbr.)

24. Radio Direction Finding (abbr.)

26. Type of digital filter (abbr.)

27. Time relative to the fixed background of stars

29. Parts per million (abbr.)

32. Force a signal to an insignificant level

34. RF connector type

35. A Ham's operating enclosure

37. Engineering Change Order (abbr.)

38. Network department (abbr.)

39. ECM response

40. Possess luminosity

41. Chemical symbol for tin

42. Electromagnetic compatibility (abbr.)

43. Direction of carbon fiber strands

45. Electromagnetic interference (abbr.)

47. Telex-Over-Radio (abbr.)

49. Programmable Logic Device (abbr.)

50. BER, 8 bits at a time

51. Chemical symbol for mercury

52. Method of connecting redundant power supplies

54. Opposite of a LO

55. Chemical symbol for dysprosium

57. First man to orbit the earth - ____ Gagarin

58. One who creates a code version of a semiconductor device

59. UMTS terrestrial radio access (abbr.)

60. Chemical symbol for tin

61. Electromagnetic (abbr.)

62. Chemical symbol for xenon

63. Chemical symbol for cobalt

65. Base of the binary number system

66. Unit of weight

68. Antenna gain unit (abbr.)

70. Miniature threaded RF connector

71. Early computer display screen resolution (abbr.)

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

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

75. Short for terminal

77. The "R" in DRC in substrate layout (singular form)

78. 10^1 numerical prefix

79. Akin to EEs, CEs, AEs, etc.

81. Area on a shaft for accommodating a setscrew (pl.)

84. U.S. military organization (abbr.)

85. The "P" in DARPA

89. Stock symbol for Advanced Micro Devices

90. Area outside the stopband

93. International Reply Coupon (abbr.)

94. The UK's largest defense electronics contractor (abbr.)

96. Programmable logic device (abbr.)

97. Semiconductor On Insulator (abbr.)

98. Chemical symbol for nobelium

99. Chemical symbol for antimony

101. Quantity assigned to statistical samples (pl.)

103. Ratio of circumference to diameter

104. Chemical symbol for radon

105. Adjust a pot

107. The cell band above DCN

108. Symbols and lines used to construct a representative drawing of a system at a high level (2 wds., pl.)

1. Device for matching antenna impedance to transmitter impedance

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

3. Type of current flow (abbr.)

4. Intermodulation distortion (abbr.)

5. Shorthand for oxygen

6. ___, manufacturer of custom RF & microwave filters, Overland Park, KS (abbr.)

7. ESD protective apparel

8. Common petroleum-based enclosure material (pl.)

11. The "P" in PCS

13. Display a radar target

15. ___ Test, new & reconditioned TE dealer in Apopka, FL

16. Chemical symbol for radium

17. Chemical symbol for erbium

18. 36 in. (abbr., pl.)

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

22. Type of data conversion device (abbr.)

23. A common battery cell size

25. Upper frequency (abbr.)

26. U.K. equivalent of the IEEE

28. Stationary charges

29. Unit of inductance (abbr.)

30. A quadrilateral that has its opposite sides parallel

31. Unit of frequency (archaic, abbr.)

33. Signal splitter providing an impedance-controlled single input port and multiple output ports (2 wds., pl.)

35. Type of component package (abbr.)

36. Mass unit (abbr.)

42. Google, Yahoo, Bing, etc.

43. Filter type that blocks upper frequencies (abbr.)

44. Yard (abbr.)

46. Transferred charge w/o physical contact

48. International phonetic alphabet letter "R"

50. Sent a telegram

51. Stock symbol for Harris Communications

53. Type of memory

54. Base 16 number system (abbr.)

56. Elemental compound used for microwave frequency reference oscillators (abbr.)

64. Is limiting voltages

66. Coefficient of temperature (abbr.)

67. 1e-6 mA

69. Protective covering

74. Prefix indicating magnetic properties

76. 300 kHz to 3 MHz

77. Type of flip-flop

78. Impurity in a semiconductor that adds a mobile electron in the conduction band

80. System On Chip

82. Chemical symbol for lanthanum

83. Time delay (abbr.)

84. 10^1 numerical prefix (pl.)

86. Exalted-Carrier Single Sideband (abbr.)

87. Chemical symbol for terbium

88. Crystal filter type (abbr.)

90. Last stage in transmitter (abbr., pl.)

91. Chemical symbol for aluminum

92. Quantum electron properties

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

96. Chemical symbol for platinum

100. 10 decibels

102. Ground fault interrupter (abbr.)

103. Modulation technique (abbr.)

106. Part of a FOR loop

107. Last stage in a transmitter (abbr.)

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RF Cafe - Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzle Solution, 1-30-2011

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