7/8/2006 Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzle

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RF Cafe engineering & science crossword puzzle


1. Measure of voltage

8. Through-the-PCB connection

9. Microprocessor manufacturer, abbr.

10. Unit of weight

12. Type of flip-flop

13. Parts per Million

14. 1E6 nanoseconds

16. Sound in the hearing range, abbr.

18. Symbol for tin

20. 3 MHz to 30 MHz

21. Start frequency, abbr.

22. Miniature threaded RF connector

24. One port of an amplifier

25. Number system of 1's and 0's

26. Major fax machine manufacturer

28. Nordic Mobile Telephone

30. Space-based navigation system, abbr.

32. Morse Code for "from"

33. Electronics manufacturer with "meatball" logo

34. Home state of Los Alamos lab

36. Unit of length, abbr.

37. A LP filter spec.

38. Type of chart

40. Modulation type

42. Logic family

43. Person responsible for program spending, abbr.

44. Synchronous Digital Hierarchy

45. Channels used for satellite-to-earth communications


1. Powers pneumatic devices

2. The amount of matter that a body contains

3. Use a fine abrasive to achieve a tight tolerance

4. Type of diode for high frequency and high power

5. Time Division Multiplexing

6. Touch-tone phone dialing scheme, abbr.

7. Electrical overstress, abbr.

11. Lowest range of system frequencies, pl.

15. Big Dipper and Little Dipper

17. Radio scheme invented by Edwin Armstrong

19. Type of aircraft dope

20. A plane geometric figure having six straight sides and six angles

21. Upper frequency, abbr.

23. RF component distributor

24. Using diodes to build redundant power supplies

27. Archaic term for an outdoor antenna

29. Akin to an EE, AE, SE or CE

31. Max or min voltage of a waveform

33. Part of a BASIC branching statement

35. Waveform limit definition

37. Imaging device, abbr.

38. Initially used to describe cellular operators utilizing the 1800 MHz (DCS) band, abbr.

39. Electromagnetic Interference. abbr.

41. RF systems company in Rochester, NY

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