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