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Engineering & science crossword puzzle


1 Type of chart

4 Cellular telephony oversight organization, abbr.

8 Type of nuclear radiation

10 Type of pushrod end shape, pl.

12 Logic gate

13 Family of round electrical connectors

15 Unit of current

16 Electromagnetic

18 Electronics Industry Association

20 One port of a FET

23 Cellular band just above DCS

24 RF systems company in Rochester, NY, abbr.

25 Vibrations which travel through air, and to which our ears respond

26 Document used for verifying proper functionality of military circuits and systems, abbr.

27 Switch contact configuration, abbr.

30 Microsoft Disk Operating System

32 Product of all whole numbers from 1 up to some given number

33 User Datagram Protocol

34 Half of a DIP

36 Operated where inductive and capacitive reactance were complex conjugates

37 Alloy of copper and zinc

39 A disk operation

42 Lubricant

43 Allowed to set

46 Crystal filter type, abbr.

48 Sample group

49 Universal Synchronous/Asynchronous Receiver/Transmitter

50 Unit for 1000 VA

51 Time Delay

52 Precision radar, abbr.

54 Unit of admittance

57 One port of an amplifier

58 Greek mathematician who wrote the book "Elements of Geometry"

60 Unit of capacitance

62 Location for communications equipment

63 Opposite of the MSD


1 Last stage in a transmitter

2 Intermodulation Distortion, abbr.

3 Electromagnetic Interference, abbr.

4 4 GHz to 8 GHz

5 Field mode inside coaxial cables, abbr.

6 Indium phosphide, abbr.

7 Analog-to-Digital

8 Power distribution systems

9 Boolean expression, pl.

11 Plane figure enclosed by two radii of a circle and the arc between them

12 Original Equipment Manufacturer

14 Greek letter

17 Million Samples per Second

19 Application Service Provider

21 Type of chart used commonly in control systems

22 Opposite of a decreaser

23 Attenuator

28 Measure of useful receiver signal level range, abbr., pl.

29 Digital data storage media

30 Lower frequency form of a laser

31 _____rule - analog calculator

35 The first type of amplifying electron tube

37 Threaded fastener

38 ___-AZIMUTH telescope mount

40 ___ is to FSK as AM is to FM

41 _____ Sarnoff Laboratories

43 Unit of radioactivity

44 Type of memory, abbr.

45 Dialing scheme used with pushbutton phones

47 Computer communication scheme, abbr.

52 Peripheral Component Interface

53 ___-AZIMUTH telescope mount

55 Hardwired Array Logic

56 Logic gates

59 World's only remaining superpower

61 Analog-to-Digital

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