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Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzle

October 17, 2010

2010 Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzles

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ACROSS

1. Wire diameter unit (abbr.)

4. Electromagnetic radiation in the visible band

9. "Texting" (abbr.)

12. Prefix meaning ground or earth

13. The highest numerical exponent describes this property of a polynomial

14. Crystal surface

16. Advanced Communication Technologies and Services (abbr.)

17. Type of current flow (abbr.)

18. Greek letter

19. Type of spread spectrum that does not use frequency hopping (abbr.)

20. Met all test requirements

23. Point placed on a scope or analyzer display for noting a specific value

25. Software drafting tool (abbr.)

27. Thin metallic shiled material around coax cable (pl.)

28. Wavelength division multiplexing (abbr.)

29. Brand of hobby knife

31. Like carbon batteries

32. A concern of Boolean equations

34. IC socket type for easy insertion & removal (abbr.)

36. The "E" in EHF

37. Type of logic gate

38. Feature of PCB layout software that lays down traces automatically

43. Unit of capacitance (pl.)

48. Telecommunications Information Network Architecture (abbr.)

49. Chemical symbol for tantalum

51. Ratio of circumference to diameter

52. Release control over

53. Describes when a synchronous motor loses phase lock

54. Radio navigation system

56. Transition from solid to liquid phase

57. Official Space Shuttle designation (abbr.)

58. 36 inches (pl.)

59. Type of high speed Internet service (abbr.)

DOWN

1. ____ Electronics - RF/microwave components manufacturer in Denville, NJ

2. Computer monitor (abbr., pl.)

3. The amount of matter that a body contains

4. Termination

5. International Reply Coupon (abbr.)

6. Chemical symbol for gadolinium

7. Base 16 number system (abbr.)

8. Adjust

9. Parameter that is a figure of merit for receiver performance in presence of multiple signals (abbr.)

10. Waveform limit definition

11. Society of Civil and Structural Engineers (abbr.)

12. Transformer interwinding connection

15. Equivalent Series Resistance (abbr.)

21. Electrical overstress (abbr.)

22. Emission of electromagnetic energy

24. Capacitor menufacturer

25. Pure carrier (abbr.)

26. Decimeter (abbr.)

27. The last transmission by a station during a contact

30. Greek letter used for resistance

33. Software engineering tool (abbr.)

34. Chemical symbol for zinc

35. Chemical symbol for francium

36. Electronics Industry Association (abbr.)

38. A common RS-232 serial bus command (abbr.)

39. Applies a lubricant

40. Volt, meter, pint, pound, eg.

41. Transformer interwinding connections

42. Radio teletype (abbr.)

43. Heatsink feature (pl.)

44. Stock symbol for RF Micro Devices

45. Amateur Radio Emergency Service (abbr.)

46. Stock symbol for Dell Computer

47. Adjust a pot

50. A common battery cell size

51. Attenuator

55. Chemical symbol for chromium


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