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Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzle

March 13, 2011

2011 Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzles

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RF Cafe - Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzle for 3/13/2011


1. On a waveform, a _____ min or max

6. Chemical symbol for krypton

7. Short video segments

13. A flip-flop input

15. Inventor of the incandescent light bulb

17. Unit of length (abbr.)

18. 4th rock from the sun

21. Chemical symbol for mendelevium

22. BlackBerry or Palm for example (abbr.)

24. Finite Element Analysis (abbr.)

26. Chemical symbol for gallium

27. Computer interconnection scheme (abbr.)

28. Adjust a pot

30. Chemical symbol for lithium

32. One port of an amplifier

34. Chemical symbol for lanthanum

36. European equivalent to the U.L.

37. Chemical symbol for einsteinium

38. Opposite of I.D.

40. Aircraft tracking system (pl.)

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

44. Chemical symbol for mercury

45. More than one XCVR

47. Chemical symbol for europium

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

50. Largest broadcaster in the UK (abbr.)

53. Chemical symbol for chlorine

54. Gun safety and education organization (abbr.)

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

58. The antiparticle of an electron

61. Chemical symbol for bismuth

62. European spectrum allocation agency (abbr.)

63. Opening for airflow

65. Primary U.S. standards organization founded in 1918 (abbr.)

66. Paper printout of a document (2 wds.)

70. Type of high frequency circuit substrate (abbr.)

72. Chemical symbol for palladium

73. A measure of receiver quality (abbr.)

74. Chemical symbol for strontium

75. Modulation type (abbr.)

77. Chemical symbol for xenon

78. ______ velocity - speed necessary to become free of the Earth's gravitational force

81. Type of programmable device (abbr.)

83. What number is defined as a one followed by 100 noughts

86. Chemical symbol for scandium

87. Opposite of O.D.

88. Chemical symbol for tantalum

90. What is the result of multiplying the mass of an object by its velocity

95. Upper frequency (abbr.)

96. Unit of time (abbr.)

98. Type of component package (abbr.)

100. Chemical symbol for thallium

101. Broadband Signal Intrusion (abbr.)

103. Advanced Communication Technologies and Services (abbr.)

105. Transformer interwinding connection

107. Plane that the sun makes with the earth

108. Logic gate to flip logic level


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

2. Method of connecting redundant power supplies

3. Counter ElectroMotive Force (abbr.)

4. Mechanical engineering organization (abbr.)

5. Front edge of a wing (abbr.)

7. Chemical symbol for cadmium

8. International phonetic alphabet letter "L"

9. Integrated Services Digital Network (abbr.)

10. Chemical symbol for polonium

11. Chemical symbol for tin

12. Filter with more than one frequency band going from separate ports to a common port

14. Chemical symbol for thulium

15. Chemical symbol for einsteinium

16. Calculus operation

19. Chemical symbol for silver

20. Chemical symbol for radium

23. The "D" in CD

25. Powers pneumatic devices

27. Akin to WAC, only just in America

29. Reflected radar or sonar signal

31. Type of logic gate

33. 1e-6 mA

34. Chemical symbol for lawrencium

35. Government program to bring electricity to farms (abbr.)

39. 2 x SSB

41. 10^-1 numerical prefix

42. Automated universal inductance tester - watch that 3rd letter, (abbr.)

43. Very large unit of apparent power (abbr.)

46. An opening for airflow (pl.)

49. The tip of a PCB probe

51. Filter type that blocks frequencies below and above a specified band (abbr.)

52. Chemical symbol for cobalt

54. Chemical symbol for nobelium

55. Chemical symbol for radon

57. Degree of IC sophistication (abbr.)

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

60. Greek letter

61. 10 decibels

62. Last keyword in a BASIC subroutine (pl.)

64. Temperature-compensated crystal oscillator (abbr.)

65. Antenna effective area

66. Gary Breed's fine magazine on RF & microwaves topics (abbr.)

67. Type of high speed Internet service (abbr.)

68. Error checking scheme (abbr.)

69. Yttrium Aluminum Garnet

71. Relating to cell phones

73. Chemical symbol for neptunium

76. Chemical symbol for molybdenum

79. Chemical symbol for cesium

80. Abbreviation for acknowledge (also a common word used by Bill the Cat)

81. Modulation technique (abbr.)

82. Type of computer display (abbr.)

84. Lubricant

85. Chemical symbol for gadolinium

89. Chemical symbol for arsenic

91. Amateur radio abbreviation for the Oceania region (abbr.)

92. A keyboard key

93. Nordic Mobile Telephone

94. Electrical safety organization (abbr.)

95. Unit of length (abbr.)

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

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

101. Chemical symbol for bismuth

102. Network department (abbr.)

103. Type of current flow (abbr.)

104. Chemical symbol for silicon

105. Boob tube (abbr.)

106. Chemical symbol for praseodymium

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