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Radio & Radar Crossword Puzzle
July 3, 2016

For the sake of avid cruciverbalists amongst us, each week I create a new crossword puzzle that has a theme related to engineering, mathematics, chemistry, physics, and other technical words. This one has extra words pertaining to radar and radio. You will never be asked the name of a movie star unless he/she was involved in a technical endeavor (e.g., Hedy Lamarr). Enjoy!


Reproduction of this puzzle without the express permission of RF Cafe is prohibited.

acr. = acronym, abbr. = abbreviation, pl. = plural, wds. = words

Radio & Radar Crossword Puzzle for July 3, 2016 - RF Cafe

ACROSS DOWN
1. Part of this puzzle's theme

5. Web's most popular radio frequency engineering site (2 ltrs. + 1 wd.)

10. Shape of most radar and other high gain antennas

16. Encased in a protective covering

17. 300 MHz to 3 GHz

18. European equivalent to the U.L.

20. Used logic gates

21. Test equipment (abbr.)

23. Multifunctional silicon devices (abbr.)

25. Display type

26. Unit of inductance (abbr.)

28. Miniature threaded RF connector

29. Unit of inductance (abbr.)

30. Part of this puzzle's theme

33. Stock symbol for Raytheon

34. Constellation : The lion

36. Term for asymmetry of a statistical distribution

37. Light

38. Ham's code for "Take over as net control station."

39. Part of PCB

41. Computer "brain" (abbr.)

43. Electronics Industry Association (abbr.)

44. Greek letter used for frequency

45. PCB metal area where component leads attach (pl.)

47. s11, s22, s33, etc. (2 wds.)

50. Type of current flow (abbr.)

53. PC follower

54. Vacuum tube type for a high power, high frequency radar transmitter (pl.)

59. Nickname for a company or person that manufactures its own products

62. Opposite of I.D.

64. Type of data storage IC

65. Peak Inverse Voltage

66. Hub of the solar system

67. The "N" in AWGN

70. Official Space Shuttle designation (abbr.)

71. Coefficient of temperature (abbr.)

73. Gasoline, diesel, etc.

75. Scheme used in radar to cancel out stationary targets like ground clutter (abbr.)

76. U.K. equivalent of the IEEE

77. O-scope time base action

78. A common battery cell size

79. Type of logic gate (pl.)

81. Chemical symbol for europium

83. Digital storage oscilloscope (abbr.)

84. Chemical symbol for erbium

85. 1E6 nanoseconds

88. Plural of locus

90. Filter type that blocks frequencies in a specified band (abbr.)

91. Short for potentiometer

93. RF computer network

95. A number series that has each number equal to the sum of the two previous numbers

96. It connects the software to the hardware

97. An amplifier port

1. Readability, Signal, and Tone (QoS report type)

2. Type of current

3. Consequence of under sampling

4. Radio Amateurs of Canada (abbr.)

6. Upper frequency (abbr.)

7. International phonetic alphabet letter "C"

8. Sound frequency in the human hearing range (abbr.)

9. Occlusion of one heavenly body by another

11. Unit of electromagnetic radiation

12. Chemical symbol for argon

13. 10 decibels

14. Opposite of I.D.

15. Chemical symbol for selenium

19. Engineering Change Order (abbr.)

22. Chemical symbol for einsteinium

24. Code for a type of electrical wire insulation (abbr.)

26. Finite Element Analysis (abbr.)

27. 29 Down + ____, used to interface transmission line to an antenna

29. ___ + 27 Down, used to interface transmission line to an antenna

31. A common battery cell size

32. Decimeter (abbr.)

33. Chemical symbol for radon

34. Local Oscillator (abbr.)

35. Plane geometric figure having eight straight sides

38. Ham's code for "The net has traffic for you. Stand by."

39. Group of data to be saved

40. When the upper atmosphere acts like a waveguide

42. Electrical safety organization (abbr.)

46. Negatively doped silicon

48. Semiconductor and calculator company (abbr.)

49. Chemical symbol for radium

51. A "0" or a "1," for instance

52. Read-only (abbr.)

55. The "As" in GaAs

56. Common average used for sinewaves (abbr.)

57. Collection of access points

58. Analog multimeter company

60. Prefix meaning "water"

61. Type of flip-flop

63. Weatherproof cover for a radar antenna

68. International Telecommunications Union

69. Chemical symbol for silicon

72. European equivalent to the U.L.

73. Facsimile

74. Long Range Aid to Navigation

77. Half of DSB

80. Type of component package (abbr.)

82. Charged particle

84. Voltage-current phase mnemonic

86. Adjust a pot

87. Unit of capacitance (abbr.)

88. Local Oscillator (abbr.)

89. Chemical symbol for calcium

91. Chemical symbol for praseodymium

92. Test equipment (abbr.)

94. Chemical symbol for neptunium


See solution below

 

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