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Electrical Engineering Crossword (Issue 286)

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

Crossword-CC286-May14

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 of microphones were commonly called “condensers” until about 1970

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9. HOMODYNE—A receiver with direct amplification

13. BLENDER—Contains several modeling features and an integrated game engine

15. PULSESHAPING—Used to improve wired or wireless communication link performance [two words]

17. BRILLOUINSCATTERING—Occurs when certain types of light change their frequency and route [two words]

18. CLOCKSIGNAL—Used to coordinate circuits’ actions [two words]

19. RASPBERRYPI—Designed to encourage scholastic computer science lessons [two words]

Down

1. NONRETURNTOZERO—Typically 1s are a positive voltage and 0s are a negative voltage [four words]

3. BITARRAY—Provides compact storage for computing and digital communications [two words]

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4. DOUBLEDATARATE—Coordinates the rising and falling edges of an [18 Across] to transfer data [three words]

5. ANECHOIC—Absent of sound

6. FIRSTINFIRSTOUT—Oldest requests receive priority [four words]

10. INTERFERENCE—The “I” in SQUID

11. CROSSTALK—Occurs when accidental coupling causes unwanted signals

12. BINISTOR—An electronic oscillator component

14. NANCY—Receiver that intercepts or demodulates IR radiation

16. BEAGLEA good breed of analyzer for I2C and SPI designs

 


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