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John Mates


Microwave SQUID Multiplexer for Cosmic Microwave Background Imagers

Bradley J. Dober, Daniel T. Becker, Douglas A. Bennett, Sean A. Bryan, Shannon M. Duff, Johnathon D. Gard, James P. Hays-Wehle, Johannes Hubmayr, John A. Mates, Carl D. Reintsema, Leila R. Vale
Key performance characteristics are demonstrated for the microwave SQUID multiplexer (µmux) coupled to transition edge sensor (TES) bolometers that have been

Simultaneous readout of 128 X-ray and Gamma-ray Transition-edge Microcalorimeters using Microwave SQUID Multiplexing

John A. Mates, Daniel T. Becker, Douglas A. Bennett, Johnathon D. Gard, James P. Hays-Wehle, Joseph W. Fowler, Gene C. Hilton, Carl D. Reintsema, Daniel R. Schmidt, Daniel S. Swetz, Leila R. Vale, Joel N. Ullom
The number of elements in most cryogenic sensor arrays is limited by the technology available to multiplex signals from the array into a smaller number of wires

Developments in time-division multiplexing of X-ray transition-edge sensors.

William B. Doriese, Kelsey M. Morgan, Douglas A. Bennett, Edward V. Denison, Colin P. Fitzgerald, Joseph W. Fowler, Johnathon D. Gard, James P. Hays-Wehle, Gene C. Hilton, Kent D. Irwin, Young Il Joe, John A. Mates, Galen C. O'Neil, Carl D. Reintsema, Nigel O. Robbins, Daniel R. Schmidt, Daniel S. Swetz, Hideyuki Tatsuno, Joel N. Ullom, Leila R. Vale
Time-division multiplexing (TDM) is a mature scheme for the readout of transition-edge sensors. Variants of TDM, which is based on superconducting-quantum

Integration of TES microcalorimeters with microwave SQUID multiplexed readout.

Douglas A. Bennett, John A. Mates, Johnathon D. Gard, Andrew Hoover, Micheal Rabin, Carl D. Reintsema, Daniel R. Schmidt, Leila R. Vale, Joel N. Ullom
The demonstration of a microwave SQUID multiplexed readout of transition-edge sensor (TES) microcalorimeters has the potential to dramatically expand the scale

Prototype Phantoms for Characterization of Ultra-Low Field Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Michael A. Boss, John A. Mates, Sarah E. Busch, Paul SanGiorgio, Stephen E. Russek, Kai Buckenmaier, Kent D. Irwin, Hsiao-Mei Cho, Gene C. Hilton, John Clarke
Purpose: Prototype phantoms were designed, constructed, and characterized for the purpose of calibrating ultralow field magnetic resonance imaging (ULF MRI)
Created June 11, 2019