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Wireless Engineering Crossword Puzzle
August 25, 2013

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Wireless Engineering Crossword Puzzle for August 25, 2013 - RF Cafe

 
ACROSS DOWN
1. Inventor of the high voltage generator that powers the Jacob's Ladder (first & last name)

8. Amateur Radio Association (abbr.)

9. High Data Rate

10. Plasma atmosphere layer of the sun (pl.)

15. Radio term for indicating the end of a transmission segment

17. Transportation accident investigation agency (abbr.)

19. Studies for a test just before taking it

20. Wrapped plastic insulation around an electrical joint

22. Part of this website's title

23. Feedback system used to maintain constant level (abbr.)

24. One component of a complex number (abbr.)

25. Solid state power amplifier (abbr.)

27. RF ____, the world's best engineering website

30. Complex Instruction Set Computer

31. Adjust

32. Chemical symbol for terbium

34. Base Station Transceivers (abbr.)

35. Chemical symbol for lawrencium

36. Generated an official engineering change document

39. Pointing device

41. Study for a test just before taking it

42. Mechanical engineering organization (abbr.)

43. Allowance for component tolerances

44. Push to Talk (abbr.)

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

48. Highest frequency at which a vertically incident radio wave will return from the ionosphere (2 wds.)

2. Stock symbol for Boeing

3. The "E" in BER

4. Chemical symbol for radium

5. Chemical symbol for rhodium

6. Graphics workshop software

7. Chemical symbol for argon

10. Counter ElectroMotive Force (abbr.)

11. Type of logic gate (pl.)

12. Releasing volatile products from a liquid coating such as paint

13. Antenna (abbr.)

14. Network configuration type

16. Diode type whose capacitance is controlled by a reverse bias

18. Range of frequencies

19. In the same location

21. Specify system parameters

25. Chemical symbol for scandium

26. Unit of time (abbr.)

28. Chemical symbol for argon

29. 1/6 inch printer's measure

33. Light ray

35. Signal amplitude degradation due to inefficiency

37. International Telegraphy and Telephony Consultative Committee

38. Direct Memory Access (abbr.)

39. ELI the ICE ___

40. One of four lines used in ferrite core memories

44. Ratio of circumference to diameter

45. Semiconductor and calculator company (abbr.)

46. Chemical symbol for lutetium

47. One port of an amplifier

 

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