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Engineering Crossword Puzzle
January 6, 2013

2013 Crosswords Archive

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Engineering Crossword Puzzle for Janunary 6, 2013 - RF Cafe

ACROSS DOWN
1. Counter ElectroMotive Force (abbr.)

4. Substrate for mounting components (abbr.)

7. Amateur Radio Association (abbr.)

10. Type of capacitor dielectric

14. Common gateway interface (abbr.)

15. Important inductor parameter (1 wd. + 1 ltr.)

16. Metric system (abbr.)

17. Transformer interwinding connections

19. Precision approach radar (abbr.)

20. Type of data conversion device (abbr.)

21. Move from cell to cell

22. Miniature RF connector

24. Added an impurity to a semiconductor

26. Unit of weight

28. Stock symbol for Advanced Micro Devices

30. Type of logic gate

31. Modulation technique that varies the width of pulses in a train (abbr.)

33. Unit of length equal to 5.5 yards

35. Cellphone band above DCS

37. Greek letter

38. Flash caused by an electric current ionizing a gas or vapor

40. Asynchronous Digital Subscriber Line (abbr.)

42. Measured

45. Stock symbol for Google

46. Subatomic particle having a mass between that of an electron and a proton

48. The "U" in UHF

49. Strong, lightweight wood

50. Increment number on a series of flip-flops

51. Small representative graphics

52. Create a power supply output w/o a ground reference

54. Change from the initial value due to instability

56. Wireless phone regions

59. Thin metallic shied material around coax cable

60. Had a chemically induced effect

62. Small DIP package (abbr.)

63. Logic family (abbr.)

64. Type of logic gate

65. Stock symbol for Lockheed Martin

67. Signal-to-noise ratio (abbr.)

68. Gun safety and education organization (abbr.)

69. Antenna (abbr.)

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

74. Ham's code for "What is the name of your station?"

75. Data transmission pathways

77. Peak envelope power (abbr.)

80. Raise a number to the 3rd power

82. Last statement in a BASIC program

83. Miniature threaded RF connector

85. Elemental compound used for microwave frequency reference oscillators (abbr., pl.)

87. Greek letter

88. Generate a periodic signal

89. Finite Element Analysis (abbr.)

90. The "R" in BER

91. Digital storage oscilloscope (abbr.)

92. File name extension for an ASCII file

93. High electron mobility transistor

1. Closed Circuit Television (abbr.)

2. Enhanced Graphics Adapter (abbr.)

3. Unit of processor calculation speed (abbr.)

4. Silicon transistor type (abbr.)

5. Encased in a protective covering

6. Its chemical symbol is B

7. Summer

8. A disk operation

9. Type of data conversion device (abbr.)

11. Small representative graphic

12. Early computer display screen resolution (abbr.)

13. Mechanical engineering organization (abbr.)

18. Miniature threaded RF connector

21. Type of memory

23. Graphics file extension

25. The tip of a PCB probe

26. Base of the binary number system

27. Frequency response graphs (2 wd.)

29. Cellphone band below PCS

31. It can follow an MS

32. Two or more satellites configured to communicate between themselves (hyph.)

33. Type of data storage IC

34. Satellite TV system

36. Measured

37. Filter supplier located in Gaithersburg, MD

38. Online service

39. Early computer display screen resolution (abbr.)

41. On a waveform, a _____ min or max

43. The "U" in UHF

44. Change from the initial value due to instability

45. State of matter (pl.)

47. Logical negation operator

49. Low- to mid- frequency RF connector

52. Fast Fourier transform (abbr.)

53. Lubricant

55. Small representative graphics

57. Line of Sight (abbr.)

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

60. RĂ¡dio Nacional de Angola (abbr.)

61. Direct Memory Access (abbr.)

64. Amateur Radio Association (abbr.)

66. ___/IP scheme for networked connectivity

68. The design component of total product cost (abbr.)

69. Relating to sound

70. Engineer who experimented with extremely high voltages

72. Send Morse Code

73. Adjacent Channel Power Ratio (abbr.)

74. Amplifier vendor in Palm Bay, FL, now part of Spectrum Microwave

75. Low- to mid- frequency connectors

76. Miniature threaded RF connector (pl.)

78. Teflon (abbr.)

79. Very small aperture terminal

81. Country of RF Cafe's residency

82. IC killer (abbr.)

84. System for guiding aircraft (abbr.)

86. Original Equipment Manufacturer (abbr.)


See solution below

 

Engineering Crossword Puzzle Solution for Janunary 6, 2013 - RF Cafe

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