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Electronics Theme Crossword Puzzle
October  9th, 2022

This week's crossword puzzle for October 9th sports an electronics theme. All RF Cafe crossword puzzles are custom made by me, Kirt Blattenberger, and have only words and clues related to RF, microwave, and mm-wave engineering, optics, mathematics, chemistry, physics, and other technical subjects. As always, this crossword contains no names of politicians, mountain ranges, exotic foods or plants, movie stars, or anything of the sort unless it/he/she is related to this puzzle's technology theme (e.g., Reginald Denny or the Tunguska event in Siberia). The technically inclined cruciverbalists amongst us will appreciate the effort. Enjoy!


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

Electronics Theme Crossword Puzzle for October 9th, 2022 - RF Cafe

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1. Term used in soldering to achieve the condition that occurs when the metals being soldered are hot enough to melt the solder so it flows over the surface
2. File name extension for an ASCII file
3. Unit of apparent power (abbr.)
4. Voltage-current phase mnemonic
5. Coefficient of temperature (abbr.)
6. Stock symbol for Hewlett Packard
7. Hub of the solar system
8. Test equipment vendor
10. Electro-mechanical device used for the transmission of angular data between two or more remote points (pl.)
12. Optical storage medium
13. SIgnal to Noise And Distortion (abbr.)
15. Base of the decimal number system
17. Programmable Logic Device (abbr.)
19. Change from a "1" to a "0"
23. BSEE + 2 years
24. 10 decibels (pl.)
26. An ellipse has two of them
27. Nearest and furthest points to the center of gravitational attraction for a body in orbit
29. Chemical symbol for selenium
30. Opposite of a LO
32. Lunar depression
33. 1/2 of a byte
34. Multichannel multipoint distribution service
36. Electronic Variable Optical Attenuator (abbr.)
37. Unit of magnetic flux(abbr.)
38. Greek letter used for frequency
39. Logarithmic ratio (abbr.)
40. Chemical symbol for scandium
44. Cellular Telecommunications Industry Association
45. Moon of Saturn discovered in 1672
46. The "N" in SNR (pl.)
47. A disk operation
48. Unit of energy (pl.)
50. Chemical symbol for einsteinium
51. Chemical symbol for thallium
52. Name of the third series in the spectrum of hydrogen
54. Attaches components to a PCB
56. Nearest and furthest points to the center of gravitational attraction for a body in orbit (pl.)
57. Ringed doughnut shape of many inductor cores
59. Opposite of USB
61. Semiconductor On Insulator (abbr.)
66. milliampere-hour (abbr.)
67. Current-voltage phase mnemonic
69. Variable crystal oscillator (abbr.)
70. Color quality
71. The system than converts common website names to IP addresses (abbr.)
73. PC follower
74. Chemical symbol for tin 

ACROSS
1. Measured distance of a cycle from beginning to end (pl.)
8. Active Electronically Scanned Array (abbr.)
9. The "brains" of parallel processing computers
11. Negative temperature coefficient (abbr.)
12. ICs
14. Ham's code for "Entire net stand by."
15. Time delay (abbr.)
16. Internet protocol (abbr.)
18. S21 (2 wds.)
20. Chemical symbol for nobelium
21. Analog-to-Digital (abbr.)
22. Miniature RF connector
25. Repositioned
26. Cooling device
28. A compiler directive
30. Communication between stations by reflecting the radio waves off of the ionosphere (pl.)
31. This crossword puzzle's theme
34. Akin to EEs, CEs, AEs, etc. (abbr., pl.)
35. U.K. equivalent of the IEEE
37. Computer interconnection scheme (abbr.)
39. Logarithmic unit of ratio (abbr., pl.)
41. Unit of heat
42. Largest broadcaster in the UK (abbr.)
43. Special diode type that can be switched (abbr.)
47. Government program to bring electricity to farms (abbr.)
49. Instrument designed to measure temperature
52. Chart types
53. Is behind in phase
55. A common battery cell size
56. Radio Amateur Satellite Corporation (abbr.)
58. Digital storage oscilloscope (abbr.)
59. Filter type that blocks upper frequencies (abbr.)
60. Unix, Linux or Windows (abbr.)
62. The common connection for all parts of a circuit that connect to the negative side of the power supply (2 wds.)
63. Chemical symbol for bismuth
64. Schema for computer or device presentation to the operator (abbr.)
65. Electromagnetic interference (abbr.)
68. File menu option (pl.)
70. High Data Rate
72. Forerunner to NASA
74. Hub of the solar system (pl.)
75. Nonlinearly mix two tones to create sum and difference frequencies (pl.) 

See solution below

 

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