Inductance measurements in multilevel high T[sub c] step-edge grain boundary SQUIDS

Forrester, M.G.; Davidson, A.
October 1994
Applied Physics Letters;10/3/1994, Vol. 65 Issue 14, p1835
Academic Journal
Examines the fabrication and testing of multilevel high temperature superconducting quantum interference devices suitable for digital circuit applications. Employment of yttrium barium copper oxygen (YBCO) ground plane, epitaxial strontium oxygen insulator, and YBCO microstrip layers; Formation of junctions; Measurement of microstrip inductance.


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