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January 24, 2010 Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzle

 

2010 Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzles

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RF Cafe - 1/24/2010 Engineering & Science Crossword

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1. A measure of receiver quality (abbr.)

2. Chemical symbol for antimony

3. Finite-Element Model

4. Method of connecting redundant power supplies

5. The "D" in RFID

7. 36 inches

8. Equalizer (abbr.)

9. Multifunctional silicon devices (abbr.)

10. Opposite of a LO

11. ___________ for Industries, RF component manufacturer in Ronkonkoma, NY

13. Type of flip-flop

15. A vector quantity (typically a complex number) representing a sinusoidally varying current or voltage

17. Z-______________, VCO manufacturer in San Diego, CA

18. ____ Electronics, maker of high power attenuators in Solon, OH

22. First name of Mr. Watson-Watt and Mr. Goddard

28. Agilent's EE design software

29. JQL ___________, RF component manufacturer in Buffalo Grove, IL

34. The "N" in SNR (pl.)

35. Filter type (abbr.)

40. Elementary particle

42. RF ____, the world's best engineering website

44. Heat-shrink ______, for insulating solder joints

49. Threaded tuning rod in a coil

51. Min-to-max voltage of a waveform (abbr.)

52. Unit of liquid measure (abbr.)

53. Chemical symbol for zinc

54. Chemical symbol for chromium

57. Original Equipment Manufacturer (abbr.)

59. Front edge of a wing (abbr.)

60. Unix, Linux or Windows (abbr.)

61. Weight (abbr.)

ACROSS

1. Minimum noise power level (2 wds.)

6. Next to

8. Electromagnetic interference (abbr.)

10. Gary Breed's fine magazine on RF & microwaves topics (abbr.)

12. Automatic repeat request used in AMTOR (abbr.)

14. Printer output resolution unit (abbr.)

16. Logical gate type (pl.)

18. Chemical symbol for bismuth

19. Galilean moon

20. Application Specific Integrated Circuit (abbr.)

21. Chemical symbol for thulium

23. Akin to EEs, CEs, AEs, etc.

24. One component of a complex number (abbr.)

25. Unit of resistance (abbr.)

26. Unit of time (abbr.)

27. UMTS terrestrial radio access (abbr.)

30. A type of average

31. Keyboard key

32. Chemical symbol for einsteinium

33. Charged particles

35. Type of high frequency circuit substrate (abbr.)

36. Type of current flow (abbr.)

37. End of soldering iron

38. x, y, or z on Cartesian coordinates

39. Area on a shaft for accommodating a setscrew

41. Chemical symbol for praseodymium

43. Thing in a bill of material

44. Chemical symbol for tantalum

45. Permeability-tuned oscillator (abbr.)

46. Army-Navy specification (abbr.)

47. Ultra Fine Pitch Technology (abbr.)

48. Unit of time (abbr.)

50. Chemical symbol for beryllium

51. Type of programmable device (abbr.)

52. Ham's code for "Zero beat your signal with mine."

54. Central Processing Unit

55. Mate to a bolt

56. Type of logic gate

58. Chemical symbol for gallium

62. Controller device that regulates temperature


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