October 1960 Electronics World
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
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Working crossword puzzles has been shown to be a simple activity
that can help prevent or at least stave off some forms of mental
atrophy. It is a medical fact that as you grow old and/or cease
presenting yourself on a regular basis with mental and physical
challenges, your brain actually begins to lose gray matter and
synapse interconnections are lost. Working crossword puzzles
is a healthy mental exercise that helps increase your vocabulary
and improve cognitive skills. That is one reason I create a
crossword puzzle for RF Cafe visitors. Electronics magazines
of the last century regularly published theme-based crosswords,
like this one from a 1960 edition of Electronics World.
Electronic Terminology Crossword Puzzle
By John J. Gill
1. Reciprocal of impedance.
11. Greek "N".
12. Used in
13. Chemical element (symbol).
14. Pilot light (abbr.).
15. Doughnut-shaped coil.
18. Amount of force that causes rotation.
21. One who goes forth.
25. A "collector" of electro-magnetic
27. Frequency used
in superhets (abbr.).
28. 102 (Roman numeral).
29. A news service (abbr.).
30. E= ___.
31. Scotch hat.
32. Equipment used in servicing
36. Relay type (abbr.).
37. ___ high frequency.
39. Tool for making holes.
40. "For each".
43. Type of modulation.
45. Negative reply.
46. Useful energy
47. Number (abbr.).
48. Part of "to
44. Unit of wire size.
51. Inductive reactance (symbol).
52. Ratio of output
53. Plate current (symbol).
55. College degree (abbr.).
63. TV blanking pulse.
64. Memory tube used in computers.
1. Radiator of r.f. energy.
3. Values used in matching colors.
An English unit of weight.
5. Broadcast radio (abbr.).
6. Pilot light symbol (abbr.).
of unknown value (schematic symbol).
8. Iron compound
used in transformer construction.
Type of capacitor.
13. Pedal digit.
17. All (Latin).
19. Quality rating
of a coil.
22. Above the range of human hearing.
23. Power supply component (abbr.).
for introducing a variable transmission.
34. Type of reactor.
Transformers and coils are sometimes ___.
TV or radio broadcast.
38. Lithium (abbr.).
40. Moving a TV camera to scan a field of view.
44. Unit of wire size.
corpsman (USN, abbr.).
52. Mother of Uranus.
56. Our "aerial umbrella" (abbr.).
of 1 Across.
Posted March 28, 2014