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RF Cafe began life in 1996 as "RF Tools" in an AOL screen name web space totaling 2 MB. Its primary purpose was to provide me with ready access to commonly needed formulas and reference material while performing my work as an RF system and circuit design engineer. The Internet was still largely an unknown entity at the time and not much was available in the form of WYSIWYG ...
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July 1963 Electronics WorldTable of Contents
People old and young enjoy waxing nostalgic about and learning some of the history of early electronics. Electronics World was published from May 1959 through December 1971. See all Electronics World articles.
This electronics-themed crossword puzzle was published in a 1963 issue of Electronic World. Crosswords were a fairly standard feature in magazines up through the late last century. Keeping with tradition , every week (usually) I create an engineering-themed crossword puzzle that uses a hand-selected collection of a couple thousand words and clues from a dictionary I built over the last 15 years. Unlike most crosswords seen in technical and hobby publications, RF Cafe crosswords contain only relevant words - never filling in with the names of movie stars, obscure countries, or portmanteaus relating to social oddities.
Electronics Crossword Puzzle
By John J. Gill
1. Electronic calculator.
12. Type of press.
13. Sweep of the screen in a picture tube.
15. Coil dimension (abbr.).
17. Girl's name.
18. Peak-to-peak indicator (abbr.)
20. Inert gas.
21. Anent (abbr.).
25. Printer's measure.
26. Metallic element used in diodes.
30. To follow a moving object with a TV camera.
31. Type of transistor.
32. Printer's measure.
33. Yankees won this pennant (abbr.).
34. Units of work.
35. Undirectional current (abbr.).
36. This committee was responsible for setting color-TV standards.
40. Preplanning of a computer.
42. Inductive reactance on a schematic.
43. Atomic No. 61
44. Fish eggs.
45. Belonging to.
47. Computer numbering system.
50. Life tendencies.
51. Internal cylindrical cavity.
53. Seventh note in the scale.
54. The 15th of March.
55. Statement in computer programming system.
57. Momentary high-amplitude levels.
59. Type of circuit.
63. Greek letter used to designate magnetic flux.
66. Digital computer mode.
1. They're used in computer operations.
2. Small change in the value of a variable.
3. Adjective suffix.
4. Switching tube used in radar (abbr.).
5. TV network (abbr.).
7. An electron-beam instrument (abbr.).
8. Information fed into a computer.
9.Time required for an electron to travel from one tube element to another.
10. Type of memory system used in computers.
14. By or near.
16. Russian "yes".
19. Body which attracts iron.
23. Type of two-way radio operation.
24. Compass point.
27. To hold constant.
28. One billionth (prefix).
37. Very low resistance in a circuit.
40. Complete turn in spiral-wound cable.
41. Tube element.
46. Iron (chemical prefix).
48. Symbol for grid current.
52. One time only.
54. Part of "to be".
56. Biblical "yes".
57. Type of transistor.
58. Unit in which power line transformers are rated (abbr.).
61. Chemical abbreviation.
62. "Everything is ................. ".
65. Not out.
Answer to Electronic Crosswords
Posted February 9, 2017