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2 Integrated Circuit

4 Professor's student instructor, abbr.

7 Amateur radio operators

11 Part of a For Loop routine

12 Microwaves & __ magazine

13 Overcurrent device

16 Type of impedance chart

18 Melted together (or apart)

19 Capacitor vendor

21 Flip-flop inputs

23 PC follower

24 88-108 MHz band

25 Unix, Linux or Windows, abbr.

26 Network department, abbr.

27 Front edge of a wing, abbr.

29 Galilean moon

31 Data conversion device, abbr.

32 Technical Order

33 Semiconductor and calculator company

35 Greek letter

37 Converts photos to digital images

39 Source of abrupt surges of X-radiation

44 Between-series connector

49 1.602E-19 Joules

50 Opposite of DC

51 U.S. Spectrum allocation agency

52 Type of model airplane control system, abbr.

53 Metal & plastic parts engineer, abbr.

54 Transverse Magnetic

55 Test equipment manufacturer

56 Opposite of I.D.

58 Modulation type, abbr.

60 Disperse signals in many directions

63 Displayed a radar target

67 Sent a file over a network

68 Structure of columns and rows

69 Alternative spelling for disk

70 Tape manufacturer in MN

71 Analog-to-digital, abbr.

73 RF Integrated Circuit

74 Electronics manufacturer with "meatball" logo

75 1e-6 mA


1 Class of spread spectrum, abbr.

2 Network department, abbr.

3 Waveguide manufacturer in Edinburg, VA

4 Stable antenna mounts

5 Audio Frequency

6 Semiconductor lamps

8 Unit of current

9 Gigantic star in Cetus

10 Energy at rest

13 Nuclear reaction that powers a hydrogen bomb

14 Compiler directive

15 Adjust a pot

17 Chemical symbol for mercury

18 Chemical symbol for iron

20 Type if cable approved for direct burial in the ground, abbr.

22 Type of flip-flop

27 Local Oscillator

28 Electromagnetic

30 Logic gate

32 Teaching Assistant

33 Test Equipment

34 Infrared

36 Exponent that returns the original number

38 Software drafting tool, abbr.

39 Chemical symbol for beryllium

40 PCB mask exposing ray

41 Connector vendor in New Albany, IN

42 Temperature Coefficient

43 Mixer vendor in Sacramento, CA

44 Power supply vendor in Easton, PA

45 Type of current flow, abbr.

46 Describes a 2-dimensional surface

47 Electromagnetic

48 One component of a complex number, abbr.

54 Transformer interwinding connections

55 Symbol for helium

57 Government lawyer, abbr.

59 Reliability measure, abbr.

60 Receiver performance parameter, abbr.

61 Oscillator vendor in Whippany, NJ

62 Time Delay

64 Network department, abbr.

65 Voltage-current phase mnemonic

66 Digital Enhanced Cordless Telephone

70 3rd generation wireless, abbr.

72 Government lawyer, abbr.

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