Electrical Engineer Crossword (Issue 269)

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The answers to Circuit Cellar’s December electronics engineering crossword puzzle are now available. Across 1.     MOSFET—According to Ed Nisley in his Circuit Cellar 265  2012 article, this type of tester characterizes a transistor’s behavior by computing the drain resistance at each … Continue reading






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Electronic Engineering Crossword (Issue 268)

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The answers to Circuit Cellar’s November electronics engineering crossword puzzle are now available. Across 2.     FLOWCODE—Columnist Jeff Bachiochi taught readers how to use this graphical programming language in his recent article about flowcharting (Circuit Cellar 266, 2012) 7.     LAPLACE—This type … Continue reading






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Electronics Engineering Crossword (Issue 267)

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The answers to Circuit Cellar’s October electronics engineering crossword puzzle are now available. Across 1.     QUADRATURESIGNAL—Can be produced using two sensors spaced at odd half-slot multiples around a single track [two words] 4.     MICROELECTROMECHANICAL—This type of system’s size ranges from … Continue reading






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Electronics Engineering Crossword (Issue 266)

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The answers to Circuit Cellar’s September electronics engineering crossword puzzle are now available. Across 3.     ZUSE—German engineer inventor and engineer (1910–1995) who is credited with creating the Z3, a program-controlled Turing-complete computer 5.     ROOTMEANSQUARE—Alternating voltage/current with the exact same energy … Continue reading






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Electronics Engineering Crossword (Issue 265)

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Here are the answers to the crossword puzzle in Circuit Cellar 265, August 2012. The issue is now available. Across 1.     CUTOFFFREQUENCY—The frequency where a filter’s output has fallen by 3 dB from the maximum level that can be achieved … Continue reading






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Electronics Engineering Crossword (Issue 264)

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The answers to Circuit Cellar’s July Electronics Engineer crossword puzzle are now available. Across 3.     IONIZATION—Occurs when an atom or molecule gains either and positive or negative charge 4.     ANDROIDPHONE—In “Audio-Enhanced Touch Sensors” (Circuit Cellar, May 2012), Matt Oppenheim said … Continue reading






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Electronics Engineering Crossword (Issue 263)

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Across 1.     SPARKGAP—A space in an otherwise closed electric circuit [two words] 3.     FUZZYLOGIC—Began in 1965 with Lotfi Zadeh’s proposal of a certain type of set theory [two words] 6.     NULLTEST—Cancels a device’s signal input by negative feedback from its … Continue reading






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Electronics Engineering Crossword (Issue 262)

ACROSS 3.     CATHODERAYOSCILLOSCOPE—Isn’t a digital ’scope [three words] 6.     PASSBAND—A super-efficient band of frequencies 9.     MESHNETWORKING—Relies on nodes to capture, distribute, and reproduce data [two words] 11.   PYTHON—An open-source programming language that relies of automatic memory management 13.   NORTONSTHEOREM—A formula … Continue reading






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Electronics Engineering Crossword (Issue 261)

The answers to the crossword puzzle published in rCircuit Cellar 261, April 2012. ACROSS 7. MANCHESTERENCODING—A form of BPSK [two words] 10. REBOOT—Restart 13. HASHTAG—The # label 15. DIRECTORY—File index 17. DAEMON—Takes place behind the scenes 18. FREEBASIC—Open-source programming language … Continue reading






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Electronics Engineering Crossword (Issue 260)

Answers to the crossword puzzle in Circuit Cellar 260 March 2012.






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Electronics Engineering Crossword (Issue 259)

The answers for the crossword puzzle published in Circuit Cellar 259 (February 2012).    






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