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September 30, 2001

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RF Cafe - Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzle


1 PCB component attachment points

4 Unit of heat

10 Digital displays

14 World's only remaining superpower

15 The element Ba

16 On sheltered side

17 Monetary unit of Italy

19 Refuse

20 Occupant

22 View

24 Antenna, abbr.

25 8-bit entities

26 June 6, 1944

29 Flip-flop input

32 Mark left by a healed wound

34 Fungus used in making soy sauce

36 Data conversion device

38 Image file format

40 Boundary ____

41 Add solder to tip of iron

43 Periods of history

45 Colonial marine hydrozoan

46 Dull resonant sound

47 Juniper

49 Exhort

50 Notion

51 Summers

53 Monetary unit of China

54 Base Station Transceivers

55 Plural of focus

57 Font without serifs

59 College entrance exam

61 Sicilian volcano

62 Type of average

64 Ran through a routine multiple times

68 From a distance

71 One state of matter

72 Amusement

74 Generated an official engineering change document

76 My son's name

78 Attenuator configuration

80 RF passive device manufacturer in Bay Shore, NY

81 Gasoline, LP, diesel, uranium, etc.

82 Culmination

83 IC package style

84 Emperor of Rome 54-68

85 Named a software object

86 Is not


1 Waveform of short duration

2 Application Specific Integrated Circuit

3 Ventured

4 Software drafting tool

5 RF coupler vendor

6 Big cats

7 Expel

8 AC voltage type

9 Congenital displacement of an organ

10 Brought down to earth

11 Object orientated programming term

12 Lair

13 Adjust a pot

18 Boolean expressions

21 Sin

23 Apiece

27 Aquatic opossum

28 Trig functions

30 Cos/Sin

31 Units of capacitance

33 Computer monitor cable type

35 RF amplifier vendor

36 Logarithmic unit of power

37 Youngest son

39 Having a positive phase wrt a reference

41 Inductor form shape

42 Indium Gallium Arsenide semiconductor

44 Ocean

46 Purchase

48 Pale green mosslike lichen

51 Logic family

52 Type of memory

56 Having an Oedipus complex

58 Place to keep valuables

60 Manned rocket series that went to the moon

63 Forerunner to NASA

65 Willow

66 Voltage-current phase mnemonic

67 Student

69 Highways

70 Change connector type

72 Computer data storage entity

73 Title

75 Ireland

76 Circuit for firing a magnetron

77 Color parameter

78 Substrate for mounting components

79 Father

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