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RF Cafe: Engineering & science crossword puzzle


1 Relating to sound

5 Filter vendor in Salisbury, MD

10 Home state of Los Alamos lab

11 Gun safety and education organization, abbr.

13 Connector vendor in New Albany, IN

16 Type of RF twisted magnet wire

17 Unit of heat, abbr.

19 Asynchronous Communication Interface Adapter

20 Electrical overstress, abbr.

21 This asterism has a Big and a Little one

24 Computer display type, abbr.

25 Switch position

26 A "1" or a "0"

27 Metal parts engineers, abbr.

29 Unit of acidity

30 Same as 11 across

31 Opposite of O.D.

33 Online service

35 Capture leading edge of a signal

38 Super glue, abbr.

40 Have a positive phase wrt a reference

42 The "D" in CD

43 Electronics manufacturer with "meatball" logo

45 Type of vacuum tube

47 Beryllium oxide, abbr.

49 300 Hz to 3 kHz

50 Agilent's EE design software

51 Half of a day

53 Adjust a pot

55 AC voltage average

56 Front edge of a wing, abbr.

58 Add solder to tip of iron

60 1/12ths of a year

63 Line of Sight

64 Official engineering change documents, abbr.

66 Unit of admittance

67 Maker of high power attenuators in Solon, OH

68 Line extending out from center

71 Wavelength Division Multiplexing

73 One common spec for a BPF

74 Large SAW filter vendor in Iselin, NJ

75 Third planet from the sun


1 A negatively charged ion

2 Universal Mobile Telecommunications System

3 One port of an amplifier

4 Path followed by a heavenly body

6 Chemical symbol for arsenic

7 1e-6 mA

8 Direct Memory Access

9 Low-Temperature Co-Fired Ceramic

12 Directions for verifying proper function, abbr.

14 Antenna power abbreviation

15 Negative terminal

16 Constellation of the lion

18 One electron spin

21 2/3 of a triac

22 Electromagnetic, abbr.

23 Government program to bring electricity to farms, abbr.

26 Securing devices

28 States of matter

30 Transportation accident investigation organization

32 Type of current

34 Low altitude earth orbit, abbr.

35 Between-series connector

36 Semiconductor and calculator company

37 Mass unit, abbr.

39 PC follower

41 Analog-to-Digital

44 1.602E-19 Joules

46 Digital storage devices, abbr.

48 Original Equipment Manufacturer

52 Type of capacitor dielectric

54 Part of a FOR loop

55 _____&Schwarz

56 Filter vendor in Salisbury, MD

57 IC killer

59 Current summing point

61 Home state of Los Alamos lab

62 Type of electrical wire insulation

63 What an airfoil generates

65 Half of a DIP

69 Type of current flow

70 Local Oscillator

72 1/000 of an amp

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