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1   RF passive device manufacturer in Bay Shore, NY

5   Antenna gain unit

8   Type of vector product

12 Ice skater's move

13 Apiece

15 Be seated

17 Lab container

18 Big

20 Cable tying string

22 Network department

23 43,560 sq. ft.

25 1e-6 mA

26 Airplane that takes off in short distances

27 Technical drawing structure

28 Digital Communication System

30 30 Hz to 300 Hz

31 Symbol of the U.S.A.

32 Resounding blow

34 Logarithmic ratio

35 Defense electronics firm that sold missile guidance technology to Communist China

36 Observed

37 Modern battlefield technique

39 Soon

40 Programmable logic device

41 US space agency

43 Time delay, abbr.

44 Fuse two metals with extreme heat

45 Raw hides

46 1.602E-19 Joules

48 Paddled

50 FET voltage parameter

51 Cover

53 Spanish hero

54 High energy EM waves - used for inspection

56 Egyptian goddess of fertility

58 Semiconductor and calculator company

59 Gemstone

60 Test equipment, abbr.

61 Tides that attain the least height

62 _____ Gay, of WWII fame

64 Small representative graphic

66 Brown-capped boletus mushroom

68 A fundamental amplifier parameter

69 Data storage medium

70 Dam extending across the Nile

71 Nuclear reactor moderator devices

72 Primordial giant in Norse myth


1   Heat sink vendor in Laconia, NH

2   x, y, or z on Cartesian coordinates

3   Government program to bring electricity to farms

4   Becoming slower and broader

5   Angle unit

6   No insulation

7   Current-voltage phase mnemonic

9   Flip-flop type

10 Lubricants

11 _____ machine, for logic

14 Like a portable DMM

16 Scheme with resistor in the emitter path

19 Radio navigation system

21 Not hot

24 Wireless phone region

27 Fortune-telling cards

29 Symbol for tin

31 Long period of time

32 Uncultivated country

33 General principle

35 Naming a software object

36 Exceeding the speed limit

38 One of Dilbert's workmates

42 Pigpen

44 A memory storage command

45 ____chute

47 Shop tool for holding parts

49 Type of current flow

50 Increase in size

52 Triacs - 1

55 Voltage regulator semiconductor

57 Vomit

59 Potpourri

60 Pith helmet

63 Lever for rowing

65 Person responsible for program spending, abbr.

67 High output level RF component

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