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5/28/2007 Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzle

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RF Cafe: Engineering & science crossword puzzle

ACROSS

1. Unit of volume, pl.

4. Diode type

9. Mates to transmitters

10. Proportion of two numbers

11. Sent a ray of light

13. A curve traced out by a point on a radius of a circle rotating along a straight line or another circle

15. Type of magnet wire

16. Unit of apparent power, 2-wds

19. Non-reciprocal 3-port device

20. LED, incandescent, fluorescent

22. The process of restoring batteries

23. Does like a Hall effect device

25. International Telegraphy and Telephony Consultative Committee

26. CAE design aid

28. What your profession likely is, pl.

29. Records

DOWN

1. Antenna shape

2. Negative Temperature Coefficient

3. Moves like an audio volume control

4. Length times width

5. Interception of RF energy

6. RF Modules vendor in Lenexa, KS

7. Stream of electrons, pl.

8. Generated an official engineering change document, abbr.

12. Oscillating from + to -

14. German astronomer who developed a mathematical relationship between planets and distance from sun

17. Being in the presence of radiation, pl.

18. Its chemical symbol is W

21. French mathematician who is recognized as the founder of number theory

22. 360 degrees of phase rotation

24. Units of heat

27. Name for lamp cord (___ cord)


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