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Superconducting thin-film technology and applications

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Pritchard, J.Paul ; Texas Instruments Incorporated

In the past two years or so, significant gains have been made in cryogenic array technology and also in the necessary support areas. This survey reviews the problems peculiar to array fabrication, cites experimental evidence of recent progress, and attempts to project the likelihood of the emergence of various cryoelectronic data-processing systems. The approach is through a review of basic characteristics of superconductive devices for logic and storage functions and their implications with respect to fabrication methods.

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Spectrum, IEEE  (Volume:3 ,  Issue: 5 )