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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Electrical Engineering Crossword (Issue 286)

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The answers to Circuit Cellar’s April electronics engineering crossword puzzle are now available. Across 2. SAMBA—This networking protocol enables you to write to an embedded file system from a Windows PC 7. ELECTROMAGNETICFIELD—Used for data transfer [two words] 8. CAPACITOR—These types … Continue reading






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Electrical Engineering Crossword (Issue 285)

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The answers to Circuit Cellar’s April electronics engineering crossword puzzle are now available. Across 2.    STOKESSHIFT—Can reduce photon energy [two words] 8.    HYSTERESISLOOP—Its area measures the energy dispersed during a magnetization cycle [two words] 11.    NANDGATE—A shoe in when playing “true … Continue reading






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Electrical Engineering Crossword (Issue 284)

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The answers to Circuit Cellar’s March electronics engineering crossword puzzle are now available. Across 1.    CROSSEDFIELDAMPLIFIER—This vacuum tube is capable of high output power [three words] 3.    HYPERVISOR—Produces and runs virtual machines 5.    DYNATRON—Uses negative resistance to keep a tuned circuit … Continue reading






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Electrical Engineering Crossword (Issue 283)

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The answers to Circuit Cellar’s February electronics engineering crossword puzzle are now available. Across 2. LITZWIRE—Separately insulated strands woven together [two words] 4. LINKFIELD—First in a message buffer’s line [two words] 6. PETAFLOPS—Measures a processor’s floating point unit performance 8. ANION—negatively … Continue reading






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Electrical Engineering Crossword (Issue 282)

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The answers to Circuit Cellar’s January electronics engineering crossword puzzle are now available. Across 4.    VENNDIAGRAM—Represents many relation possibilities [two words] 5.    PERSISTRON—Produces a persistent display 9.    CODOMAIN—A set that includes attainable values 12.    HOMOPOLAR—Electrically symmetrical 13.    TRUTHTABLE—Determines a complicated statement’s … Continue reading






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Electrical Engineering Crossword (Issue 281)

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The answers to Circuit Cellar’s December electronics engineering crossword puzzle are now available. Across 4. VENNDIAGRAM—Represents many relation possibilities [two words] 5. PERSISTRON—Produces a persistent display 9. CODOMAIN—A set that includes attainable values 12. HOMOPOLAR—Electrically symmetrical 13. TRUTHTABLE—Determines a complicated statement’s … Continue reading






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Electrical Engineering Crossword (Issue 280)

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The answers to Circuit Cellar’s November electronics engineering crossword puzzle are now available. Across 2.    DOPPLERLIMIT—Temperature restrictions for laser cooling techniques [two words] 4.    PINKNOISE—This signal sees the world through rose-colored glasses [two words] 5.    BOLTZMANNCONSTANT—k or kB [two words] 7.   … Continue reading






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Electrical Engineering Crossword (Issue 279)

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The answers to Circuit Cellar’s October electronics engineering crossword puzzle are now available. Across 1.    ERASABLE—The second “E” in EEPROM 4.    NYCRESISTOR—Brooklyn, NY-based open-community workspace [two words] 5.    WHITEHAT—A hacker with ethics may don one of these [two words] 6.    WIMAX—aka, … Continue reading






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Electrical Engineering Crossword (Issue 278)

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The answers to Circuit Cellar’s September electronics engineering crossword puzzle are now available. ACROSS 4.    ADIABATIC—Heat is neither gained nor lost 5.    DISCRETECIRCUIT—Made of resistors and transistors; not integrated [two words] 8.    FULLDUPLEX—Two-way communication [two words] 10.    KERMIT—Muppet-inspired protocol 12.    DEBIAN—Unix-like … Continue reading






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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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