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 RF Cafe - Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzle


1   1900 MHz wireless band

4   Fledgling company

10 Logic family

13 Eyeliner powder

15 Elementary particles

16 Clarified butter

17 Seaport in NE Egypt

19 Radar display, abbr.

20 Allowed epoxy to harden

22 Background interferences

24 Lawsuits

25 Opposite of O.D.

27 Agitate

28 Abode

30 9th letter of the Hebrew alphabet

32 Opposite of decrease

34 Chemical symbol for iron

35 Inductor tuning rod

37 Color parameter

38 Subsidiary of Northrop Grumman in Cincinnati

40 Software object reference name

42 Bleat of a sheep

44 Makes liquid tight

45 Sloping letter

47 Relative power level unit

49 It creates a voltage across an inductor

50 European equivalent to the U.L.

51 Determination of cause and effect

54 Zodiacal constellation

55 Stenographer

56 Television transmission standard

58 Type of current

59 Consequence of under sampling

60 Electromagnetic entities

62 Trail of a wild animal

63 Greek goddess of the dawn

64 Data conversion devices

66 Great age

67 Type of product that results in a vector

69 Snail and E are examples of this

71 Special function microprocessor

72 Brazenly obvious

73 Component of product cost


1   Max or min voltage of a waveform

2   Long-leaved lettuce

3   Keep away from

5   Kind of RF data encoding

6   Newest incarnation of the venerable J3

7   Outdoes

8   Black bird

9   Type of flip-flop

10 Exponent of a cube

11 Golf mounds

12 Semiconductor lamp

14 Low altitude earth orbit

16 With triangular strengtheners

18 Tubular pasta in short pieces

20 Precipitates

21 Digital technique

23 Hyperbolic sine

24 Concentric cable type

26 Denounce

28 Symbol for helium

29 RF component distributor

31 Brass wind instrument

33 Prepared

34 Frequency reflected about zero Hz

36 Freezing

39 Max and min voltage supplies

41 Creating no frequency mixing products

43 Horizontal Cartesian coordinate

46 Metal containers

48 Call to mind

52 One input to a mixer

53 Immature herring

55 Yacht

57 First man

59 Monkeys

60 Unit of length

61 Generate a raster

62 Sorrowful

63 Period of history

65 Title of a knight

67 Type of model airplane control system, abbr.

68 Symbol for tin

70 Front edge of a wing, abbr.

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