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RF Cafe - Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzle


1   Set the 1st derivative equal to zero

8   Soak up RF energy

14 Connector vendor

15 30 Hz to 300 Hz

17 Action of foreign pollen on the seed of a plant

18 Modulation type

19 Material for nuts and bolts

21 Army-Navy spec

22 Male swan

23 Had a response to

24 Last statement in a program

25 Logic gate

28 Professor's student instructor

29 Sample group

31 Unit of work

32 Government program to bring electricity to farms

35 Unit of weight

37 Person in the petroleum industry

39 Digital pattern coding type

41 Moving between cellular base stations

42 Data converter

43 French painter

45 Electronics Industry Association

47 Hz

48 Metric system

49 Data conversion device

51 300 kHz to 3 MHz

55 Semiconductor and calculator company

56 Section of a circle

57 RF amplifier vendor in Telford, PA

60 Binary number system base

61 Chemical symbol for beryllium

63 Joined a male and a female connector

65 Opposite of O.D.

66 Has a positive phase wrt a reference

69 Wireless E-Mail device vendor in Waterloo, Canada

70 Suddenly appearing and disappearing energy signal

72 Jewish fraternity

73 Electronic enclosures


1   Maker of RF semiconductors and connectors

2   Strong cable covering

3   Comes after X

4   Institute of Electrical Engineers (U.K)

5   1E6 nanoseconds

6   Greek letter

7   Maxwell's equations deal with this property

9   Armored cable type

10 Ocean

11 Switch position

12 Cheerful

13 Large handkerchief

16 Device with drain, gate and source

19 Adjust a pot

20 Semiconductor lamp

26 Logical negation

27 Keyboard key

30 Circle of revolution with offset center

32 Type of waveguide

33 Microelectronics manufacturer

34 Current-voltage phase mnemonic

36 Prefix meaning "not"

37 Exponent that returns the original number

38 Data conversion device

39 Censurable

40 Relative power level unit

44 Angular speed unit

46 Exclamation of surprise

50 Directional current devices

52 Liberates

53 Unit of resistance

54 Help

55 Prepare stranded wire ends for connection

58 Lever for rowing

59 Electrical manufacturing organization

62 Lyric poem

64 Major Microsoft competitor

67 Chemical symbol for arsenic

68 Symbol for tin

70 Ratio of circumference to diameter

71 Front edge of a digital signal, abbr.

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