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11/21/2002 Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzle

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 Engineering & science crossword puzzle

ACROSS
1 Software drafting tool
3 Million Multiply Accumlate operations, abbr.
7 Opposite of I.D.
8 Filter vendor in West Chester, OH
10 Special diode that can be switched
11 Measure of acidity
12 Greek letter
14 Semiconductor and calculator company
15 Half of a DIP
17 Cause harm to a component
19 Front edge of a wing, abbr.
21 Test point
22 Bandpass filter specification, abbr.
23 300 Hz to 3 kHz
25 300 kHz to 3 MHz
26 Substrates for mounting components
28 1e-6 mA
29 The S-parameter for input return loss
30 World's only remaining superpower
31 1/2
32 Opposite of O.D.
33 Symbol for tin
35 Type of current flow
36 Form of modulation, abbr.
37 Galilean moon
39 Crystal faces
40 2 x SIP
41 Modern battlefield technique
43 Component of product cost
45 1/000 of an amp
46 Semiconductor manufacturer
48 Microwaves & RF or RF Design or Microwave Journal
49 One port of an amplifier
50 Isolator, oscillator vendor in Tampa, FL
51 Unit of work
DOWN
1 Type of power source
2 Analog-to-digital
4 1E6 nanoseconds
5 Logic family
6 No overshooting or undershooting
8 Unit of acidity
9 Switch position
11 Min-to-max voltage of a waveform
13 Electrical safety organization
16 Internet protocol
17 Type of current
18 1.602E-19 Joules
20 Applied information to a bitstream
22 Category of model aviation, abbr.
24 Crystal surfaces
25 Father of radio
26 Last stage in a transmitter
27 The S-parameter for forward gain
28 Narrowband Advanced Mobile Phone System
29 Synchronous Digital Hierarchy
30 Type of electrical cable for direct burial in the ground
32 Integrated circuit
34 Noise figure, abbr.
35 Chemical symbol for arsenic
36 Ratio of circumference to diameter
38 Logic gate
40 Government lawyer, abbr.
42 BER, 8 bits at a time
44 Electromagnetic
45 Metal parts engineer
47 Super glue, abbr.
49 Infrared


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