High performance superconducting quantum interference device feedback electronics

Koch, R.H.; Rozen, J.R.; Woltgens, P.; Picunko, T.; Gross, W.J.; Gambrel, D.; Lathrop, D.; Wiegert, R.; Overway, D.
August 1996
Review of Scientific Instruments;Aug1996, Vol. 67 Issue 8, p2968
Academic Journal
Describes a direct current superconducting quantum interference device (SQUID) modulation and feedback circuit operating at a modulation frequency of 16 megahertz. Capability of the system developed to keep a SQUID flux locked in most application environments without any flux jumps; Success in the use of the system in making nuclear magnetic resonance measurements.


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