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Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzle
August 21, 2011

2011 Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzles

Visit the Crossword Express website - RF CafeTake a well-deserved break and try your hand at some of these goodies. Every word in the RF Cafe crossword puzzles is specifically related to engineering, mathematics, and science. There are no generic backfill words like many other puzzles give you, so you'll never see a clue asking for the name of a movie star or a mountain on the Russia-China border.

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Engineering Crossword Puzzle, August 21, 2011 - RF Cafe


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1. Device used to contact areas on bare semiconductor circuits (pl.)
8. One port on a FET
9. Chart types
11. Current-voltage phase mnemonic
12. Min______ and Max_____, in a Karnaugh map
14. System for guiding aircraft (abbr.)
15. Chemical symbol for argon
16. 1/000 of an amp (abbr.)
18. An amateur station transmitting communications for the purpose of observation of propagation and reception or other related experimental activities (2 wds.)
19. Test point (abbr.)
20. Filter type that blocks upper frequencies (abbr.)
21. Display type
24. Number system which uses only the digits 0 to 7
25. Mr. de Forest's first name
27. Small DIP package (abbr.)
29. Form into a specific shape
30. A property of memristors
33. Unit of time (abbr.)
34. Multifunctional silicon devices (abbr.)
35. 1e-6 mA
36. Intel 8086 or Motorola 6800 (abbr.)
38. ___-back transformer
40. Test equipment (abbr.)
42. Chemical symbol for erbium
43. Filter type that blocks upper frequencies (abbr.)
44. 1/000 of an inch
45. One component of a complex number (abbr.)
46. Chemical symbol for aluminum
49. Chemical symbol for molybdenum
50. Geometric solid having four plane triangular faces
53. R.A. ____, RF consultants
54. Describes when a synchronous motor loses phase lock
56. Stock symbol for Harris Communications
57. Chemically reacts to harden
59. High-speed logic family
60. Unit of inductance (abbr.)
61. Internet protocol (abbr.)
63. Tool used to attach electronic components to a PCB (2 wds.)
64. Type of current
65. 1e3 uV
66. Engineering Change Notice (abbr.)
69. Runge-_____ method in differential equations
70. Logical negation operator
72. 36 inches
74. The "brains" of parallel processing computers
75. What you make with a DMM or o-scope
1. Ham abbreviation indicating contacts with all major land masses
2. Automated Test Equipment (abbr.)
3. Chemical symbol for iron
4. Spurious signals
5. Filter type that blocks frequencies below and above a specified band (abbr.)
6. Electronics Industry Association (abbr.)
7. Adjust a pot
8. Part of a gyroscope that facilitates free movement of the reference sphere (pl.)
10. Electronically imaged a document
12. Shorthand for troposphere
13. The "S" in SOIC
15. Logic family
17. Test document for verifying proper function (abbr.)
22. IC that test for equal values
23. Thread cutting tools
25. Plural of locus
26. Referring to microcircuits
28. Centimeter (abbr.)
29. Chemical symbol for manganese
31. Slang for Ursa Major
32. ______ Test Equipment, located in Webster, MA
35. Chemical symbol for neon
36. Chemical symbol for chlorine
37. Unit of capacitance (abbr.)
38. Type of modulation (abbr.)
39. Ham-ese for Young Lady
41. BS__ - the degree held by many RF Cafe visitors
47. Low altitude earth orbit
48. Temperature sensitive semiconductor that has a negative temperature coefficient of resistance
49. 10^23 of anything
51. Time delay (abbr.)
52. Type of flip-flop
53. International phonetic alphabet letter "W"
55. Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto
57. Part of CRC
58. Greek letter, used to indicate summation
60. Frequency Division Duplex
62. Peak Inverse Voltage
67. Person responsible for program spending (abbr.)
68. The design component of total product cost (abbr.)
70. Silicon transistor type (abbr.)
71. One port of an amplifier
73. 10^1 numerical prefix
74. European equivalent to the U.L.



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Engineering Crossword Puzzle Solution, August 21, 2011 - RF Cafe



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