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Arrays of high-Tc Josephson junctions in open millimeter wave resonators

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The authors have explored the coupling mechanism of a millimeter wave radiation to bicrystal Josephson junction arrays embedded in a hemispherical Fabry-Pérot resonator. The authors have found that their high-temperature superconductor array can be modeled as a thin film grid polarizer. In agreement with this model, a strong dependence of the coupling of the Josephson junctions on the polarization of the electric filed in the resonator was observed. The authors achieved a maximum Josephson voltage of 28 mV for an array of 182 bicrystal junctions at a temperature of 75 K and a frequency of 74.4 GHz.

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Applied Physics Letters  (Volume:89 ,  Issue: 23 )