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12/23/2004 Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzle

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1 Steel, brass, aluminum, etc.

5 Took measurements at regular intervals

10 Electronic switch device

14 Microwave oscillator puck material, abbr.

16 Degree of IC sophistication, abbr.

17 3 GHz to 30 GHz

18 Logic gate

19 Exponent that returns the original number

22 Device Under Test

23 300 kHz to 3 MHz

24 Electrical safety organization, abbr.

26 Test Point

27 Super glue, abbr.

28 Direct Digital Synthesis

30 Electromagnetic, abbr.

31 Measured

32 Types of memories, abbr.

33 Upper frequency, abbr.

34 Akin to PEs, EEs and AEs

36 A LP filter spec

38 Mechanical Engineer

39 U.S. Spectrum allocation agency

41 Automated Test Equipment

43 1/2 of a byte

44 Low Noise Amplifier

46 Decrease the oxidation number

47 One port of an amplifier

49 2/3 of a triac

51 Groups of 8 bits

53 Measurement standard, abbr.

54 S11 or S21 or S22, for example

55 Signal increasers

56 Microprocessors, abbr.

58 Increases voltage linearly

60 Inductor

62 Digital filter topology, abbr.

63 Parts distributor in Newark, NJ

65 Sample group

66 My son's name

68 Low Noise Amplifier

69 Electronic warfare defense scheme, abbr.

71 Analog-to-Digital

73 Professor's student instructor, abbr.

74 Color image property

76 Modulation type, abbr.

77 Isolation type

80 Bursts of digital data

83 State where National Semiconductor has a plane in S. Portland, abbr.

84 Logic gates

85 10^1 numerical prefix

86 Chemical symbol for arsenic

88 Max or min voltage of a waveform

89 Greek letter

90 Thread cutting tool

92 Last statement in a program

93 Common Gateway Interface

94 Base Station Transceivers

96 Microelectronics manufacturer, abbr.

98 Digital base

99 High-strength structural metal

100 Atom in the Periodic Table

101 Polling line state


1 Pointing device

2 Transverse Magnetic

3 Mechanical engineering group

4 Opposes gravity on wing

5 One port on a FET

6 1E6 nanoseconds

7 Comes after MS

8 30 kHz to 300 kHz

9 There's a Little and a Big one of these

10 Temperature-compensated crystal oscillator

11 Move between cells

12 Infrared

13 Coder/Decoder

15 Time Delay

20 Unit of time, abbr.

21 Number system that uses the digits 1 to 9, plus the letters A to F to denote the numbers 10 to 15

25 Low Earth Orbit satellite configuration

26 Transverse Electromagnetic

29 Game for more than one participant

34 Take a reading

35 Symbol for tin

37 Signal-to-Noise Ratio

39 Chemical symbol for iron

40 Arrangement of switches and meters

42 Semiconductor and calculator company

44 U.S. defense firm that sold ICBM stabilization technology to China

45 Change connector type

48 World's only remaining superpower

50 Hz

51 BER, 8 bits at a time

52 Short Message Service

53 Section of a circle

57 Ratio of circumference to diameter

59 Minutes Of Use

61 One port of an amplifier

63 Home state of Los Alamos lab, abbr.

64 Form of martial art

66 Burst of digital data

67 Unit of acidity, abbr.

70 Plug-ins for computer buses

72 Satellite TV system, abbr.

73 Transformer interwinding connection

75 1

78 Quickly changing portion of waveform

79 Famous Colorado ski resort

81 A/D converter vendor in Freemont, CA

82 The 4th dimension

84 Switch position

87 Global System for Mobile Communications

91 Modern battlefield technique, abbr.

93 European equivalent to the U.L.

94 Chemical symbol for beryllium

95 Test equipment, abbr.

97 Government lawyer, abbr.

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