Using a High-Value Resistor in Single-Electron Counting Measurements
Randolph Elmquist, Neil M. Zimmerman, William Huber
An experiment using a high-value cryogenic resistor is proposed, with the aim of improving the experimental link between three quantum electrical standards. This technique is new in its approach and does not require feedback from either a voltage detector or a current detector. Performance is limited by fundamental resistor and SQUID detector noise.
June 16-21, 2002
Ottawa, 1, CA
Conference on Precision Electromagnetic Measurements
Josephson Effect, Quantum Hall effect, Resistance Measurements, Single-electron tunneling
, Zimmerman, N.
and Huber, W.
Using a High-Value Resistor in Single-Electron Counting Measurements, Conference Digest, Ottawa, 1, CA, [online], https://tsapps.nist.gov/publication/get_pdf.cfm?pub_id=21883
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