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Microwave Engineering Crossword Puzzle
February 2, 2014

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RF Cafe Crossword on KSU "The Ohm" NewspaperReproduction of this puzzle without the express permission of RF Cafe is prohibited.

This particular crossword was created for the Kansas State University College of Engineering's The Ohm. Click on the thumbnail to the left to see its appearance in the February 2, 2014 edition.

Kansas State University Crossword Puzzle for February 2, 2014 - RF Cafe

1. Unit of energy defined as the work done when an electron is accelerated through a potential difference of one volt (2 wds.)

12. Circuit element connecting PCB layers (pl.)

13. Solid of rotation whose sides are the hypoteneuse of a right triangle

14. 2/3 of a triac

16. PC follower

18. Chemical symbol for silver

20. Morse Code for "from"

22. Chemical symbol for neptunium

23. Unit of inductance (abbr.)

24. Non-return to zero (abbr.)

26. Network configuration type

29. Isolator or circulator ferrous component

31. Exponent that returns the original number

32. ___ Friedrich Gauss, after whom the unit of magnetic field strength is named

34. Current-voltage phase mnemonic

35. Logarithmic unit of ratio (abbr., pl.)

36. Volt, meter, pint, pound, eg.

37. Chemical symbol for tin

38. Network department (abbr.)

40. The Midwest's greatest engineering school (part 1 of 3)

43. Filter type that blocks frequencies below and above a specified band (abbr.)

44. Unit of apparent power (abbr.)

45. Chemical symbol for antimony

47. Electrical overstress (abbr.)

49. Chemical symbol for gold

50. Greek letter

52. Chemical symbol for neon

53. Abbreviation for peak voltage

54. Synchronous Digital Hierarchy

55. Chemical symbol for thulium

56. Logic family

57. Chemical symbol for argon

58. Chemical symbol for selenium

59. Unit of length (abbr.)

60. Inventor of the incandescent light bulb

63. Boob tube (abbr.)

65. Chemical symbol for selenium

67. Technical drawing structure

69. Voltage-current phase mnemonic

70. Multifunctional silicon devices (abbr., pl.)

72. Asynchronous Communication Interface Adapter (abbr.)

74. Automatic Send-Receive (abbr.)

75. The "R" in DRC in substrate layout (singular form)

76. What glass device is used for focussing light

78. Ham's code for "What is the correct time?"

79. Test equipment (abbr.)

80. Unit of inductance (abbr.)

81. Chemical symbol for palladium

83. Chemical symbol for lanthanum

85. Ham-ese for Young Lady

86. Chart types

88. The "D" in CD

90. Under self-control (prefix)

91. Common point on a BJT curve trace graph where the extrapolated linear operating regions all intersect (2 wds.)

1. Electronics Industry Association (abbr.)

2. Is behind in phase

3. Chemical symbol for einsteinium

4. Coefficient of temperature (abbr.)

5. Unit of length equal to 5.5 yards

6. Exponent that returns the original number

7. Chemical symbol for neon

8. Opposite of I.D.

9. Communications pairing between transmitter and receiver

10. Transformer interwinding connection

11. L-C resonating circuits

15. Greek symbol commonly used to represent angles

17. The "T" in TEM

19. Connector cover and strain relief (pl.)

21. That which has mass and occupies space (pl.)

23. The Midwest's greatest engineering school (part 3 of 3)

25. Chemical symbol for zirconium

27. Semiconductor and calculator company (abbr.)

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

29. BlackBerry or Palm for example (abbr.)

30. Chemical symbol for cesium

31. Switch position

33. Chemical symbol for lithium

36. One type of electron spin

39. The "T" in ATE

41. Stock symbol for National Instruments

42. Adds two or more inputs

43. End-to-end joint

46. Filter type that blocks frequencies below and above a specified band (abbr.)

48. Opposite of I.D.

51. Type of current flow (abbr.)

52. 1e-6 mA

58. The Midwest's greatest engineering school (part 2 of 3)

59. Chemical symbol for iron

61. Singulated piece of IC wafer

62. Lubricant

64. Unit of apparent power (abbr.)

66. Effect (named after its discoverer) that is the variation in the width of the base in a BJT due to a variation in the applied base-to-collector

68. Chemical symbol for erbium

69. Chemical symbol for europium

71. Chemical symbol for tin

73. "Calling any amateur radio station"

75. Moon of Saturn discovered in 1672

77. Threaded tuning rod in a coil

80. Type of chart

81. Peak Inverse Voltage

82. Digital storage oscilloscope (abbr.)

84. Automated Test Equipment (abbr.)

87. Chemical symbol for strontium

88. Chemical symbol for dysprosium

89. Chemical symbol for chlorine

90. A common battery cell size

See solution below


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