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5/30/2004 Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzle

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 Engineering & science crossword puzzle


1 The result of group delay through a filter

9 ___ Hat, part of some common Ham antennas

10 Related to FM by a differential

11 Infrared, abbr.

12 Electromagnetic Compatibility, abbr.

14 Possible antenna servo control switch label

15 1/000 of an amp

17 1.602E-19 Joules

18 Last stage in a transmitter, abbr.

20 Lunar 'seas'

24 Maker of high power attenuators in Solon, OH

27 _ _ _ FET

28 This could cancel out a zero

30 Which number system uses only the digits 0 to 7

32 Enclosure manufacturer in Rochester, MN

33 Switch position

34 Type of current flow, abbr.

35 Up in the air

40 1/1000 prefix

44 Small DIP package

45 Transverse Electromagnetic

47 Uranium rods for a reactor

48 Units of software code

50 Analog-to-Digital

52 Super glue, abbr.

53 Logic gate

54 Chemical symbol for beryllium

55 Visual interface for a laptop computer, abbr.

57 Greek letter

59 Unit of acidity

60 Powers pneumatic devices

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


1 E-mail protocol, abbr.

2 Test equipment manufacturer, abbr.

3 Junk e-mail

4 Electromagnetic, abbr.

5 Opposite of a LO

6 Length times width

7 Electronics manufacturer with "meatball" logo, abbr.

8 One result form a nuclear explosion, abbr.

9 Popular software language from Borland

13 Frequency selection circuit type with equiripple pass and stop bands

16 Used logic gates

19 Predecessor to the LCD monitor

21 Modulation type, abbr.

22 Network department, abbr.

23 System On Chip

25 Integrated Circuit

26 _ _ C: data format translator

28 Related to FM by a differential

29 Local Oscillator

31 Sample group

32 This fights EW

36 One mixer input port, abbr.

37 Lubricant

38 A BPF spec, abbr.

39 Software function selection mechanism

41 Band between RF and BB

42 Type of cable termination

43 Front edge of a wing, abbr.

45 Semiconductor and calculator company, abbr.

46 College brother to an EE, CE and AE

48 Old name for a PCB trace

49 Small Office/Home Office

51 Digital Communication System

54 A "1" or a "0"

56 Government lawyer, abbr.

58 Electrical safety organization, abbr.

59 Min-to-max voltage of a waveform, abbr.

60 Army-Navy spec

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