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Electrical Engineering Crossword (Issue 282)

The answers to Circuit Cellar’s January electronics engineering crossword puzzle are now available.

282-Crossword-key

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 validity [two words] 17.    POWERCAPPING—Controls either the instant or the average power consumption [two words] 18.    MAGNETRON—The first form, invented in 1920, was a split-anode type
19.    MAGNETICFLUX—F
20.    TURINGCOMPLETE—The Z3 functional program-controlled computer, for example [two words]

Down

1.    CHAOSCOMPUTERCLUB—Well-known European hacker association [three words] 2.    LOGICLEVEL—When binary, it is high and low [two words] 3.    LINEARINTERPOLATION—A simple, but inaccurate, way to convert A/D values into engineering units [two words] 6.    SYNCHRONOUSCIRCUIT—A clock signal ensures this device’s parts are in parallel [two words] 7.    BOARDBRINGUP—Design validation process [three words] 8.    HORNERSRULE—An algorithm for any polynomial order [two words] 10.    MEALY—This machine’s current state and inputs dictate its output values
11.    SQUAREWAVE—It is produced by a binary logic device [two words] 14.    THEREMIN—Its electronic signals can be amplified and sent to a loudspeaker
15.    ABAMPERE—10 A
16.    SCOPEPROBE—Connects test equipment to a DUT [two words]

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