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Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzle

June 19, 2011

2011 Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzles

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RF Cafe - 6/19/2011 Engineering Crossword

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1. Describes stationary charges

7. Chemical symbol for scandium

9. Type of flip-flop

10. Army-Navy specification prefix

11. 10^1 numerical prefix

13. Airport Surveillance Radar (abbr.)

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

17. Digital Signal Processor (abbr.)

19. Describes the action of cleaving a crystal plane

20. Technical drawing structure

21. Electronics Industry Association (abbr.)

22. BASIC program command

23. SIP x 2

24. Graphics file extension

26. ____ Meet, a Ham's flea market

28. 30 Hz to 300 Hz

30. Universal Asynchronous Transmit/Receive (abbr.)

32. Web page language

33. Radio Amateurs of Canada

34. A crescent shaped figure formed on a sphere or plane by two intersecting arcs

35. Powers pneumatic devices

36. Programmable logic device (abbr.)

37. Image file format name extension

39. Type of digital filter (abbr.)

40. Cellular Telecommunications Industry Association

42. End of transmission (abbr.)

43. Feedback system used to maintain constant level (abbr.)

44. U.K. equivalent of the IEEE

46. Official Space Shuttle designation (abbr.)

47. Chemical symbol for tin

48. Chemical symbol for radium

49. Chemical symbol for lithium

51. Unit of time (abbr.)

52. An amateur station transmitting communications for the purpose of observation of propagation and reception or other related experimental activities (2 wds.)

2. Chemical symbol for lawrencium

3. A keyboard key

4. The process by which a body moves back and forth through a central neutral position (pl.)

5. Transformer interwinding connection

6. One port of an amplifier

7. Orbiting communications platform (pl.)

8. Compressed Sparse Row (abbr.) matrix

11. Device under test (abbr.)

12. Mass of an element

14. Spectral aberration resulting from the expansion of the universe (2 wds.)

16. Causing a circuit breaker to open

18. Use software for circuit or system design

19. Radio communications competition (pl.)

23. Digital intelligence

25. Mr. Dirac's first name

27. Weight (abbr.)

28. Chemical symbol for erbium

29. A BPF specification (abbr.)

31. Chemical symbol for radon

38. Charged particle

41. International Telecommunications Union

43. A common battery cell size

45. Voltage-current phase mnemonic

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

50. Galilean moon


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