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High-Tc superconductive delay line structures, and signal conditioning networks

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Lyons, W.G. ; Lincoln Lab., MIT, Lexington, MA, USA ; Withers, R.S. ; Hamm, J.M. ; Anderson, A.C.
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The design and fabrication of high-Tc chirp-response tapped delay line filters are discussed. The key components in this development were long delay lines with more than 10 ns of delay, impedance transformers, and backward-wave couplers. All of the typical transmission line geometries were examined, including microstrip, coplanar and stripline. Designs were developed using microwave CAD routines and superconducting niobium delay line prototypes. Tapped delay line chirp filters with up to 12 ns of total delay have been successfully fabricated in YBaCuO

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Magnetics, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:27 ,  Issue: 2 )