TITLE

Rotating ring fluxon oscillators: Gyroscopic effects

AUTHOR(S)
Marchesoni, Fabio
PUB. DATE
October 1986
SOURCE
Applied Physics Letters;10/27/1986, Vol. 49 Issue 17, p1115
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
We suggest the existence of gyroscopic effects in ring fluxon oscillators, which, due to the extremely narrow oscillation linewidths, could therefore be used as sensitive rotation rate sensors. For the sake of comparison we also improve on previous analytical determinations of the thermal background intensity for oscillating Josephson lines.
ACCESSION #
9821179

 

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