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3/16/2003 Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzle

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 RF Cafe: Engineering & science crossword puzzle


1 Describes the nature of a servo

11 Transformer parameter unit

12 Opposite of I.D.

13 Time delay, abbr.

14 Original equipment manufacturer

16 Logic gate

18 Waveguide switch manufacturer in W. Palm Beach, FL

20 Wireless phone region

22 Unit of time

24 European equivalent to the U.L.

26 Network File Server

28 1000 * ps

29 Last stage in a transmitter

30 Digital Enhanced Cordless Telephone

32 Government program to bring electricity to farms

34 Attenuator

36 Small representative graphic

38 Fiber grain

39 Chemical symbol for iron

40 Manufacturer

43 Modulation type

45 Logic gates

46 Display types

48 Hz

49 1/000 of an inch

51 Universal asynchronous transmit/receive

53 Front edge of a wing, abbr.

54 Logic family

55 Prefix meaning "not"

56 Opposite of O.D.

57 Opposite of a zero

59 Half of a DIP

61 Amplifier vendor in Santa Clara, CA

62 Which form of radiation was first observed by the German physicist Roentgen

64 Oscillator maker, in Whippany, NJ (abbr.)

65 1/000 of an amp

67 Wire

69 Semiconductor and calculator company

70 Gallium nitride

72 Offset Frequency Shift Keying

74 Data converter (inc'l a number)

76 Positive voltage lead color

78 1000000 prefix

79 Metal parts engineer

80 Mercury symbol

82 Government lawyers, abbr.

84 BPF specification, abbr.

85 Infrared

86 ____-up table

88 Restrain voltage input

89 Intentionally interferes with a signal

91 End of soldering iron

93 Transverse Magnetic

94 Type of current flow

95 Electronics Industry Association

97 RF resistor and attenuator vendor in Bohemia, NY


1 1.602E-19 Joules

2 Computer communication scheme

3 What solid figure is generated by the straight lines which pass from a circle to a single point not in the same plane as the circle

4 Time division duplex

5 Earth's natural satellite

6 Computer "brains"

7 Negative temperature coefficient

8 integrated Digital Enhanced Network, by Motorola

9 Online service

10 Front edge of a wing, abbr.

11 Filter vendor in Salisbury, MD

15 Types of averages

17 Logic family

19 Gaussian filtered frequency shift keying

21 Family of TTL logic

23 Gasket

25 Electronics manufacturer with "meatball" logo

27 Professor's student instructor

29 RF component input or output

31 What is the name of the curve traced out by a point on the circumference of a circle being rolled along a straight line

32 Component of product cost

33 Amplifier company

34 Computer peripheral device

35 Government lawyer, abbr.

37 AC power cable reference

39 Start frequency, abbr.

41 Chemical symbol for arsenic

42 Electromagnetic

44 Greek letter (micro)

47 Keyboard key

48 Resistor vendor in Berne, IN

50 Sample group

52 Powers pneumatic devices

57 Teflon, abbr.

58 Electromagnetic

60 Last stage in a transmitter

61 Type of model airplane control system, abbr.

62 Greek letter

63 Antenna type

64 Heavenly body having a tail

66 Analog-to-digital

68 Light ray

69 Time delay, abbr.

71 RF component supplier (now L3-COM)

73 Unit of admittance

75 2nd generation wireless (inc'l a number)

77 1.602E-19 Joules

78 Wire diameter unit

81 Software reserved branching word

82 2/3 of a triac

83 Single Inline Memory Module

84 Crystal surface

86 Filter type

87 Coupler, amplifier vendor in Cerritos, CA

89 Mil Spec part designation

90 Adjust a pot

92 Infrared

96 Network department

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