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Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzle

October 3, 2010

2010 Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzles

Visit the Crossword Express website - RF CafeTake a well-deserved break and try your hand at some of these goodies. Every word in the RF Cafe crossword puzzles is specifically related to engineering, mathematics, and science. There are no generic backfill words like many other puzzles give you, so you'll never see a clue asking for the name of a movie star or a mountain on the Russia-China border.

All of these crossword puzzles were created using the fabulous Crossword Express (now called "Magnum Opus") software.

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- Jan 31, Jan 24, Jan 17, Jan 10, Jan 3


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ACROSS

1. Hz

4. Manufacturer of microwave substrate material

8. Its chemical symbol is Rn

10. Miscalculations

12. Chemical symbol for cobalt

13. Logic family

15. IC killer (abbr.)

16. Opposite of I.D.

18. Greek letter

20. Satellite millieu

23. Voltage-current phase mnemonic

24. Specialized mobile radio (abbr.)

25. Printer manufacturer

26. Input intercept point (abbr.)

27. Threaded tuning rod in a coil

30. Attenuator topology (pl.)

32. A device characteristic

33. Printer output resolution unit (abbr.)

34. Temporary Engineering Change document (abbr.)

36. Circuit or mechanical designer with a Bachelor's or higher degree (pl.)

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

39. Material testing organization (abbr.)

42. Colorado Springs military school (abbr.)

43. _____-wise linear

46. Type of memory

48. Japanese semiconductor & equipment manufacturer (abbr.)

49. Generated an official engineering change document

50. Programmable Logic Device (abbr.)

51. Chemical symbol for scandium

52. Government program to bring electricity to farms (abbr.)

54. Relative power level unit (abbr.)

57. Chemical symbol for einsteinium

58. Follows a target on radar

60. Type of antenna, pl.

62. Official engineering change document (abbr., pl.)

63. A keyboard key

DOWN

1. Chemical symbol for calcium

2. BlackBerry or Jordana for example (abbr.)

3. System On Chip

4. Color #5

5. Method of connecting redundant power supplies (pl.)

6. Unit of length equal to 5.5 yards

7. Chemical symbol for erbium

8. Moves from cell to cell

9. National Television System Committee (abbr.)

11. One states of matter (pl.)

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

14. Computer interconnection scheme (abbr.)

17. SIP x 2 (pl.)

19. Internet address (abbr.)

21. Spurious signal

22. Being in-phase

23. Electronics Industry Association (abbr.)

28. One cutoff frequency specification for a bandpass filter

29. Ratio of output to input power, voltage, current, light, etc. (pl.)

30. Trans European Trunked RAdio

31. Cambridge _____, technical book publisher

35. The "E" in FET

37. Prefix for font without serifs

38. Type of data conversion device (abbr.)

40. Total radiated power (abbr.)

41. 10^23 of anything (pl.)

43. Maximum voltages in a waveform

44. Electrical overstress (abbr.)

45. Type of current

47. Lowest power level capable of being demodulated (abbr.)

52. Radio Amateurs of Canada

53. Engineering Change Order (abbr.)

55. The UK's largest defense electronics contractor (abbr.)

56. Metric system (abbr.)

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

61. Multifunctional silicon devices (abbr.)


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