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The current noise circulating around the loop of a tunnel junction dc SQUID has been measured as a function of applied flux. The flux noise generated by this current was coupled via a superconducting transformer to a second dc SQUID that was used to measure the noise in a null-balancing configuration. The voltage noise across the SQUID was also measured, using a cooled LC-resonant circuit, and the correlation between the voltage and current noises was determined. The measured values of the noises are in good agreement with values obtained from an analog simulator.
Date of Publication: May 1983