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Microwave testing of high‐Tc based direct current to a single flux quantum converter

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Kaplunenko, V.K. ; Physics Department, Technical University of Denmark, DK‐2800 Lyngby, DenmarkDepartment of Physics, Chalmers University of Technology, S‐41296 Gothenburg, Sweden ; Fischer, G.M. ; Ivanov, Z.G. ; Pedersen, N.F.
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Design, simulation, and experimental investigations of a direct current to a single flux quantum converter loaded with a Josephson transmission line and driven by an external 70 GHz microwave oscillator are reported. The test circuit includes nine YBaCuO Josephson junctions aligned on the grain boundary of a 0°–32° asymmetric Y‐ZrO2 bicrystal substrate. The performance of such converters is important for the development of the fast Josephson samplers required for testing of high‐Tc rapid single flux quantum circuits in high‐speed digital superconducting electronics.

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Journal of Applied Physics  (Volume:76 ,  Issue: 10 )

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Nov 1994

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