Electrical Engineering Crossword (Issue 276)

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 and storage
13.    FALSECLOCK—Locks on an incorrect frequency [two words]
15.    TERNARY—This signal is capable of taking on one of three conditions
16.    BLUMLEIN—Known for advancements in telecommunications and radar
17.    JABBER—XML messaging protocol (hint: prior to 2000)
18.    DIRECTCURRENT—Zero frequency [two words]
20.    SERIALTRANSFER—Moves data bit by bit [two words]

Down
1.    LYAPUNOV—Theory applies input-to-state (ISS) to systems with inputs
2.    LOWFREQUENCYOSCILLATOR—Produces a frequency below approximately 20 Hz [three words]
4.    HASHING—Security method
6.    SIGNIFICAND—aka, mantissa
8.    THYRISTOR—They have a four-layer N- and P-type construction
9.    HALFADDER—Combines two single binary digits [two words]
10.    DARKTRACE—A type of direct-view bistable storage tube [two words]
12.    FARADAYCAGE—Electric field-buffer [two words]
14.    SYMMETRIC—Uses the same key to code and decode
19.    KAHAN—Helped create the IEEE 754 floating-point computation specification

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