Phase locking a 3 mm waveband Gunn oscillator with a high transition T[sub C] superconducting

Huabing Wang; Weiwei Xu
January 1995
Applied Physics Letters;1/16/1995, Vol. 66 Issue 3, p370
Academic Journal
Reports the usage of a high transition temperature superconducting Josephson junction at 77 K on a 3 mm phase locked microwave source to a synthesizer. Demonstration on the capabilities of high temperature Josephson mixers; Specification on the phase-locking arrangement; Manifestation on the high superconducting harmonic mixer.


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