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Operating Margins for a Superconducting Voltage Waveform Synthesizer

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Author(s)

Samuel Benz, Clark A. Hamilton, Charles J. Burroughs

Abstract

Operating margins for biolar superconducting voltage waveform synthesizer were measured. Current ranges were determined for 101 equally spaced dc voltage steps between - 18.6 and + 18.6 mV. The measured voltages of these steps deviated from the expected voltages by less than 10.6 5V.
Proceedings Title
International Superconductive Electronics Conference - Extended Abstracts
Issue
26
Conference Dates
June 21-25, 1999
Conference Location
Berkeley, CA, US
Conference Title
International Superconductive Electronics Conference

Keywords

digital-analog converter, frequency synthesis, Josephson junction, microwave circuits, superconductors, voltage standard

Citation

Benz, S. , Hamilton, C. and Burroughs, C. (1999), Operating Margins for a Superconducting Voltage Waveform Synthesizer, International Superconductive Electronics Conference - Extended Abstracts, Berkeley, CA, US, [online], https://tsapps.nist.gov/publication/get_pdf.cfm?pub_id=176 (Accessed May 22, 2024)

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Created May 31, 1999, Updated October 12, 2021