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Electrical Engineering Crossword Puzzle
April 7, 2013

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Electrical Engineering Crossword Puzzle for April 7, 2013 - RF Cafe

1. Color content

9. Compressed image file format

10. Chemical symbol for ruthenium

11. Unit of length (abbr.)

12. Cellphone band below PCS

14. Unix, Linux or Windows (abbr.)

15. Front edge of a wing (abbr.)

17. Chemical symbol for europium

18. Chemical symbol for lutetium

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

24. Stock symbol for National Instruments

27. Positive voltage lead color

28. Web page language

30. Contact used on motors to conduct current through a rotating interface

32. Type of graph with a circular grid

33. Switch position

34. Unit of frequency (archaic, abbr.)

35. Have a chemically induced efffect

40. Illumination devices

44. Stock symbol for Dell Computer

45. Be behind in phase

47. Communication between stations by reflecting the radio waves off of the ionosphere (pl.)

48. Glues together

50. 1/6 inch printer's measure

52. Electrical safety organization (abbr.)

53. Opposite of O.D.

54. Chemical symbol for cobalt

55. Mate to a bolt

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

59. Chemical symbol for terbium

60. Stock symbol for Raytheon

61. Voltage potential to turn on a diode (2 wds.)

1. Hz

2. Chemical symbol for mercury

3. Used logic gates

4. Greek letter (micro)

5. A measure of receiver quality (abbr.)

6. Automatic Testing, Evaluation & Reporting (abbr.)

7. Chemical symbol for cadmium

8. High-speed logic family

9. He shared credit with Shockley and Brittain for the invention of the transistor (2 wds.)

13. The forcing of a signal to an insignificant level

16. Sharp bend in I-V curve

19. Unit of heat

21. Type of logic gate

22. Opposite of I.D.

23. Logic family (abbr.)

25. Chemical symbol for argon

26. Network department (abbr.)

28. Chemical symbol for holmium

29. Chemical symbol for tantalum

31. Having power applied (slang)

32. Substrate for mounting components (abbr.)

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

37. Circuit for maintaining constant voltage (abbr.)

38. Chemical symbol for chlorine

39. Cooling devices

41. Unit of inductance (abbr.)

42. Numerical basis for decibels (abbr.)

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

45. Local Oscillator (abbr.)

46. Chemical symbol for gadolinium

48. Open a fuse

49. Service-Independent Building Blocks

51. Maximum Usable Frequency

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

56. Part of a FOR loop

58. Chemical symbol for calcium

59. Time delay (abbr.)

60. Chemical symbol for radium

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