Electrical Engineering Crossword (Issue 277)

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The answers to Circuit Cellar’s August electronics engineering crossword puzzle are now available. ACROSS 6.    ALGORITHM—Search engines use them to produce real-time results 9.    LOSSYCOMPRESSION—Condenses data by getting rid of some of it [two words] 11.    YOTTABYTE—Approximately 1,024 bytes 14.    PETAFLOP—Measures … Continue reading

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Electrical Engineering Crossword (Issue 276)

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The answers to Circuit Cellar’s July electronics engineering crossword puzzle are now available. Across 3.    CRAY—Seattle, WA-based supercomputer company founded in the 1970s 5.    SUPERSTATE—A subprogram common to several states [two words] 7.    ONESCOMPLIANT—Inverted bits’ value [two words] 11.    BACKPLANE—Lacks processing … Continue reading

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Electrical Engineer Crossword (Issue 275)

Issue 275 Crossword key

The answers to Circuit Cellar’s June electronics engineering crossword puzzle are now available. Across 2.    UNIFIEDMODELING—Language that standardizes software specifications 3.    KELVINBRIDGE—Compares low resistance values [two words] 6.    THINCLIENT—A codependent program [two words] 10.    BANANAPLUG—Makes electrical connections [two words] 11.    CONDENSER—aka … Continue reading

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Electrical Engineer Crossword (Issue 274)

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The answers to Circuit Cellar’s May electronics engineering crossword puzzle are now available.Across 1.            MOSIPROTOCOL—Adds a state indicating ownership [two words] 3.            SPECTROMETER—Measures wavelengths 8.            SHELL—Protects an operating system’s kernel 10.          CHARGE—Q 12.          ASSIGN—A FORTRAN control statement 13.          HALL—American physicist (1855–1938) … Continue reading

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Electrical Engineer Crossword (Issue 273)

Issue 273 Crossword Key

The answers to Circuit Cellar’s April electronics engineering crossword puzzle are now available. Across 1.         BITDENSITY—Bits per inch of magnetic tape, for example [two words] 3.         KALMANFILTER—aka LQE [two words] 5.         EMBEDDEDSECURITY—Circuit Cellar columnist Patrick Schaumont covers this topic with articles … Continue reading

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