Electrical Engineering Crossword (Issue 291)

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The answers to Circuit Cellar’s October electronics engineering crossword puzzle are now available. Across 4.     PARAMETRON—Phase-locked oscillator 8.     UNBALANCED—Single-ended 9.     STRAY—Unwanted capacitance 10.   LEYDENJAR—Early capacitor [two words] 12.   ELECTROLYTE—Conducting fluid 14.   CROSSTALK—Caused when one circuit’s signal creates an unwanted effect on … Continue reading

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Electrical Engineering Crossword (Issue 290)

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The answers to Circuit Cellar’s September electronics engineering crossword puzzle are now available. Across  2.     THREE—Trivalent valence 3.     PHYSICS—Kilby’s Noble Prize in 2000 5.     INVERTER—Converts DC to AC 8.     BATCH—BAT file 9.     MAXIM—Founded ARRL in 1914 10.   KEYBOARD—If you are AFK, … Continue reading

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Electrical Engineering Crossword (Issue 289)

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The answers to Circuit Cellar’s August electronics engineering crossword puzzle are now available. Across 1.     FAST—Ethernet at 100 Mbps 3.     FAB—IC factory 6.     XOR—Logic gate 7.     VERILOG—HDL created in the early 1980s by Goel and Moorby 9.     MIL—0.001 inches = 25.4 … Continue reading

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Electrical Engineering Crossword (Issue 288)

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The answers to Circuit Cellar’s July electronics engineering crossword puzzle are now available. Across 2.     QUIESCE—Inactive but still available 4.     GLUELOGIC—Used for circuitry interfacing [two words] 7.     AMAYA—Open-source web tool developed by members of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) 8.     … Continue reading

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Electrical Engineering Crossword (Issue 287)

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The answers to Circuit Cellar’s April electronics engineering crossword puzzle are now available. Across 1. BEAMFORMING—Signal processing technique 7. HETERODYNERECEIVER—Converts a signal to an intermediate frequency [two words] 8. AMIGA—A high-resolution PC based on Motorola’s 6800 microprocessor family 9. NAGLING—Creates “Russian … Continue reading

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