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9/14/2007 Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzle

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1. The "C" in CMOS

12. Small Office/Home Office

13. Part of a heatsink

15. Electromagnetic, abbr.

17. Unit of time, abbr.

18. Arithmetic Logic Unit

20. Chemical symbol for neodymium

21. Chemical symbol for chlorine

22. Transformer interwinding connection

24. Chemical symbol for cadmium

25. Chemical symbol for francium

27. A component of color

28. Electronic warfare defense, abbr.

29. Chemical symbol for einsteinium

30. us / 1000

31. A resistor manufacturer in Boone, NC

32. Logic gate

33. Stock symbol for Boeing

35. Stock symbol for Lockheed Martin

37. Last stage in a transmitter, abbr.

39. Network department, abbr.

40. Describes an amplifier's ability to endure extreme VSWR

43. Printer manufacturer

45. Premier zero-phase-hit oscillator vendor in Rockleigh, NJ

46. Proportion of two numbers

47. Its chemical symbol is C

50. Recent evolutionary appendage of most teenagers, pl.

52. Analog-to-Digital

53. General package type for miniature components, pl.

54. Keyboard key

56. Chemical symbol for tin

57. PC follower

58. Time Division Duplex

60. Chemical symbol for praseodymium

61. Microfarad, abbr.

63. Gun safety and education organization, abbr.

64. Test Equipment Connection, in Lake Mary, FL

65. Stock symbol for Boeing

66. Electronics manufacturer with "meatball" logo

67. Defense contractor in Fort Wayne, IN

68. Chemical symbol for erbium

69. Picohenry, abbr.

71. One state of matter

73. Band between RF and BB

75. Opposite of a LO

76. Image file type

78. Asynchronous Communication Interface Adapter

80. It equals 1/2*m*v^2


2. Unix, Linux or Windows

3. Minutes of Use

4. Personal Handyphone System

5. It injects into a mixer, abbr.

6. 1/000 of an inch

7. A measure of receiver quality, abbr.

8. Add solder to tip of iron

9. Logic gate

10. Type of flip-flop

11. Ionized trails of meteors used as a reflecting media, 2 wds.

14. The "E" in ESD

16. Series of automated software commands

18. Asynchronous Digital Subscriber Line

19. Ultra Fine Pitch Technology, abbr.

21. Unit used in the measurement of radioactivity

23. Related to FM by a differential

24. European equivalent to the U.L.

26. Part of this website's name

27. Opposite of a LO

33. Illumination devices

34. Provider of services for telecommunications systems in Switzerland

36. Metal parts engineer, abbr.

37. Routes for current

38. Name for a negatively charged ion

41. Digital transmission figure of merit, abbr.

42. Unit of weight

43. Once around a closed course

44. Charged particle

48. Summer

49. One component of a complex number, abbr.

51. 3rd rock from the sun

54. Pull an object across the desktop with the mouse

55. Wire crimp connector type, pl.

59. Type of current

60. Chemical symbol for lead

62. Chemical symbol for iron

63. Chemical symbol for nickel

69. Type of switching diode

70. High Frequency Electronics magazine, abbr.

72. Automatic Frequency Control

73. Current-voltage phase mnemonic

74. Type of digital filter

76. Semiconductor and calculator company, abbr.

77. Foot, abbr.

78. Army-Navy spec

79. Chemical symbol for silver

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