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Engineering & science crossword puzzle


1 RF connector manufacturer in Beverly, CA

13 Electronic warfare defense, abbr.

14 Symbol for tin

15 30 GHz to 300 GHz

17 Greek letter

20 Ham radio organization, abbr.

23 Unit of acidity

24 Common Object Request Broker Service

26 ns/1000

27 Modulation type, abbr.

29 Strong, lightweight wood

30 A Butterworth filter is called maximally ___

32 A capacitor dielectric type

34 A high voltage insulator compound

38 The WWW

42 Miniature threaded RF connectors

43 BER, 8 bits at a time

44 Mate to a bolt

45 Adds

46 Logarithmic unit of voltage, abbr.

48 Local Oscillator

49 PC follower

50 Low-Temperature Co-fired Ceramic

52 European spectrum allocation agency, abbr.

54 Prefix meaning ground or earth

57 A continuous curve constructed so as to pass through a given set of points

59 Unit of force

60 MS database

62 Type of chart

63 Ham abbreviation for transceiver

65 Using the moon as a passive reflector to establish a signal path; moon bounce, abbr.

66 Unit of current

67 Boolean expressions

68 μA * 1000

69 Computer monitors, abbr.


2 1.602E-19 joules

3 Test equipment, abbr.

4 Abbreviation for acknowledge (also a common word for Bill the Cat)

5 Electromagnetic

6 A capacitor quality specification

7 Carrier-to-Noise Ratio

8 One component of a complex number, abbr.

9 Unit of resistance

10 Noise figure, abbr.

11 European equivalent to the U.L.

12 ______ voltage: exhibited in some superconductors

16 Potentiometer adjustment knob attachment points

18 Galilean moon

19 Logarithmic ratio, abbr.

20 Chunk of space rock

21 PCB substrate

22 Super glue, abbr.

23 Small unit of time

25 Automatic Frequency Control

26 Rack components onto which meters, switches and TPs are mounted

28 One sixtieth of a degree of angular measurement

29 British Aerospace Electronics

31 Opposite of a high

33 Amplifier vendor in Santa Clara, CA

35 Intermodulation Distortion

36 Named a software object

37 FCC Part 15 rules apply here

39 Readability, Signal, and Tone (QoS report type)

40 A type of reactor

41 Electromagnetic Compatibility

47 Air intake

50 Use woven cord to bundle wires

51 Solid State PA

53 Short for terminal

55 Increase voltage linearly

56 Million Samples Per Second

58 RF switching diode, abbr.

61 Surface Mount Technology

64 Greek letter

65 Electromagnetic, abbr.

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