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10/15/2000 Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzle

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ACROSS

1   Plug-in for computer bus

4   The Tax Man cometh now

8   Computer plug-in card standard

12 Type of current flow

13 Under self-control

14 DOS command line piping command

15 1E6 nanoseconds

16 3 kHz to 30 kHz

17 Persian fairy

18 File extension for previous file version

20 Front edge of a wing, abbr.

22 Lubricant

23 Scheduling chart

24 Mass units, abbr.

25 Spreading tool

29 Greek symbol

30 Network department

32 Stated

33 High frequency oscillator material

35 Graph

39 Cowboy display

41 Data conversion device

43 Point at (0,0,0) for z = y^2 - x^2

45 Of recent origin

46 Intentional

48 Automobile

49 Considered to be below microwaves

51 Actual or real

53 Home state of Los Alamos lab

54 ___-AZIMUTH telescope mount

56 Golf iron

57 Greek letter

59 Powerful mathematics software package

61 Arab market

62 Kind of reusable memory device

64 Cleft

66 Metal parts engineers

68 State in the Western U.S.

70 The ratio between circumference and diameter

71 Army-Navy spec

73 Collection of records

76 Genetic material

79 Base 8 number system

81 13th letter of the Hebrew alphabet

82 Professor's helper

83 American Aircraft Modeler magazine

84 Grande model airplane contest

85 Data rate unit

86 Max or min voltage of a waveform

88 PCB features

89 Regularly check for status

90 Type "B" switch

91 One side of a connector

92 Fungal infection

93 Set of poles

DOWN

1   Wires

2   Type of data storage

3   Digital Communication System

4   Heat sink vendor in Laconia, NH

5   Block and tackle component

6   Ready-to-Fly

7   Galilean moon

8   Data I/O device

9   Really bad software error

10 Metal parts engineer

11 Data conversion devices

14 Software function selection mechanisms

17 Move around a CAD drawing screen

18 Satisfactory

19 Landing gear, abbr.

21 Data converter vendor in Fremont, CA

22 Switch position

26 Alternative name for Pi Meson

27 Summer

28 Lines extending out from center

31 Measure of spectral purity, abbr.

34 High frequency semiconductor element

36 Data conversion device

37 RF computer network

38 Min-_____ and Max-_____

40 Modern battlefield technique

42 Did it with a mouse

43 Total of a column

44 Packs tightly

46 Information Superhighway

47 Modem encoding method

50 Lift-enhancing device on a wing

51 Airfoil shaper

52 Small tree

55 Logic family

56 From sea to shining sea

57 Min-to-max voltage of a waveform

58 Greek letter

60 Edge

63 Pole

65 Units of power

67 Digitally measure a value

69 Start of a file

72 1e-3 microamps

74 Coil with uniform field internally

75 Modulation type

76 Rabble

77 1e-6 mA

78 Part of the verb "to be"

80 Juniper

85 Study carefully

86 Silicon transistor type

87 Place to park your camper

88 High output amplifier

89 Ratio of circumference to diameter


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