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Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzle

November 27, 2011

2011 Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzles

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RF Engineering Crossword 11/27/2011 - RF Cafe

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1. Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers

4. Miniature RF connector (pl.)

7. Electronic component package type (abbr.)

8. FCC's Universal Licensing System (abbr.)

11. Chemical symbol for helium

13. Megacycles

16. Erbium Doped Fiber Amplifier (abbr.)

17. The "B" in BER

19. Home state of Los Alamos lab (abbr.)

21. Connector type

25. Chemical symbol for ruthenium

26. Transformer interwinding connection

28. Constellation : The little bear (2 wds.)

31. IC killer (abbr.)

32. 300 kHz to 3 MHz

33. Unit of length (abbr.)

34. Rádio Nacional de Angola (abbr.)

35. Type of file operation error (pl.)

38. End of transmission (abbr.)

39. Chemical symbol for chromium

40. Certificate of Successful Completion of Examination (abbr.)

42. Chemical symbol for neon

43. A keyboard key

44. Low altitude earth orbit

47. PhD

51. Type of component package (abbr.)

52. Ham's code for "Can you acknowledge receipt?"

53. Flash caused by an electric current ionizing a gas or vapor

54. Move in a raster pattern

55. Temperature-compensated crystal oscillator (abbr.)

1. FCC Part 15 rules apply in this band (abbr.)

2. Using the moon as a passive reflector to establish a signal path; moonbounce (abbr.)

3. Quickly changing portions of waveforms

5. 1E6 cycle per second

6. Chemical symbol for beryllium

8. 300 MHz to 3 GHz

9. Has a positive phase wrt a reference

10. Chemical symbol for strontium

12. Applied more signal than a circuit can handle

14. Analog-to-Digital (abbr.)

15. The "I" in IP2 and IP3

18. Type mylar airframe structure covering (2 words)

20. Similar to a laser, but at lower frequencies (pl.)

22. Fail-____ switch

23. Universal Mobile Telecommunications System

24. Chemical symbol for bismuth

27. BlackBerry or Palm for example (abbr.)

28. Universal Mobile Telecommunications System

29. RF integrated circuit (abbr.)

30. The design component of total product cost (abbr.)

36. Type of current

37. Transitions from solid to liquid phase

41. First name of a British scientist of falling apple fame

45. End of Life (abbr.)

46. Type of logic gate

47. Direct Memory Access (abbr.)

48. "Calling any amateur radio station"

49. Ham abbreviation for transceiver

50. Engineering Change Order (abbr.)

51. Chemical symbol for scandium


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