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Title:Terahertz metrology
Author(s): Mira Naftaly
Date:2015
Publisher:Artech House
Size:1 online resource (386 p.)
Contents:Chapter 1 Terahertz Time-Domain Spectrometers -- Photoconductive Emitters and Detectors -- Optical Rectification -- Electro-Optic Detection -- Terahertz Air-Based Coherent Detection -- Cherenkov (Tilted Wavefront) Emitters and Detectors -- Continuou s-Wave Terahertz Time-Domain Spectrometer and Microwave Photonics -- Types of Continuous-Wave Terahertz Emitters and Detectors -- Time-Domain Spectrometer Configurations -- Transmission -- Reflection -- Attenuated Total Reflection -- Asynchronous Optical Sampling -- Substrate Lenses -- Commercial Systems -- Parameter Extraction in Time-Domain . Chapter 2 Spectrometers -- Material Properties and Wave Propagation -- Complex Refractive Index and Complex Permittivity -- Plane Wave Propagation Across an Interf ace.Fresnel Equations -- Plane Wave Propagation Through a Dielectric Slab -- Fabry-Perot Effect -- Extracting Optical Parameters from Terahertz Time-Domain Spectrometers Data -- Transmission-mode Terahertz Time-Domain Spectrometers: Approximation -- Trans mission-Mode Terahertz Time-Domain Spectrometers: Exact Solution -- Reflection-Mode Terahertz Time-Domain Spectrometers: Single Reflection -- Reflection-Mode Terahertz Time-Domain Spectrometers: Double Reflection -- Attenuated Total Reflection -- Preproce ssing and Postprocessing of Data -- Signal Averaging in the Time and Frequency Domains -- Signal Denoising -- Phase Unwrapping -- Sample Requirements -- Sample Thickness -- Lateral Dimensions of Samples -- Loss: Absorption, Scattering, Diffraction
Chapter 3 Metrology for Time-Domain Spectrometers -- Performance Parameters: Sensitivity, Resolution, Precision, Accuracy, Dynamic Range, and Signal-to-Noise Ratio -- Dynamic Range and Signal-to-Noise Ratio of Terahertz Time-Domain Spectrometers -- System Performance Limits Due to Dynamic Range and Signal-to-Noise Ratio -- Frequency Resolution -- Measurement Bandwidth -- Sources of Random Noise -- Amplitude -- Phase -- Systematic Errors -- Alignment Errors -- Focal Plane Defocusing -- Delay Line Err ors -- Terahertz Beam Profile -- Chapter 4 Evaluation of Uncertainty in Time-Domain Spectroscopy -- Method of Uncertainty Evaluation -- Evaluation of Random and Systematic Errors -- Propagation and Combination of Measurement Uncertainty -- Measurement wit h Resolution Limit -- Sources of Uncertainty in Terahertz Time-Domain Spectroscopy -- Random and Systematic Errors in Amplitude -- Random and Systematic Errors in Sample Thickness -- Random and Systematic Errors in Sample Alignment -- Systematic Error in the Approximated Transfer Function -- Systematic Error Due to Reflections -- Systematic Error in Physical Constants -- Uncertainty in Optical Constants: A Combination of Variances
Chapter 5 Metrology for Fourier Transform Spectrometers -- Spectrometer Configurations -- Michelson -- Mach-Zender -- Polarized Fourier Transform Spectrometer (Martin-Pupplett Interferometer) -- Modes of Operation: Step and Integrate or Fast Scannin g -- Moving Stage -- General Fourier Transform Spectrometer Advantages -- Fourier Transform Spectrometer Metrology -- Encoders, Synchronizing, and Time-Stamping -- Instrument Line Function: A Spectral Resolution Limitation -- Apodization -- Cosine and Sin e Terms and Phase Correction Techniques -- Achievable Spectral Resolution -- Sample Measurement Parameter Recovery -- Thin Sample Approximation: Lossless Case -- Dispersive Medium -- Thick Sample Analysis (or Noncollimated Measurement) -- Absorption Coeff icients -- Sources of Noise and Uncertainties -- Time-Domain Errors -- (Software) Noise Reduction Techniques -- Chapter 6 Terahertz Spectrometer Calibration -- Why Calibrate Terahertz Spectrometers -- Frequency Calibration -- Gases -- Solids -- Resonant M esh Filters -- Etalons -- Summary of Frequency Calibration Standards -- Amplitude Linearity Calibration -- Reflection Standards
Chapter 7 Terahertz Imaging -- Image Resolution of a Terahertz Imaging System -- Data Analysis in the Far Field -- Imaging Thin Layers -- Spatial Resolution Tests -- Near-Field Imaging -- Chemical Imaging -- Focal Plane Array Microbolometer Cameras -- Chapter 8 Metrology for Vector Network Analyzers -- Vector Network Analyzers -- The Role of a Network Analyzer -- Scattering Parameters -- Vector Network Analyzer Systems -- Extender Heads -- Good Practice Tips -- Metallic Waveguides -- Basic Properti es -- Dispersion -- Standardized Sizes and Frequency Ranges -- Flanges/Interfaces -- Good Practice Tips -- Calibration Standards and Methods -- Calibration: General Principles -- Types of Calibration Standard -- One-Port Calibration Methods -- Two-Port Ca libration Methods -- Connection Repeatability -- System Verification -- Chapter 9 Terahertz Optics -- Terahertz Optical Materials -- Transparency at Terahertz Frequencies -- Inorganic Crystals for Terahertz Optics -- Polymers for Terahertz Optics -- Metal Reflectivities -- Gaussian Optics -- Gaussian Beams -- Parabolic Mirrors -- Dichroic Optical Elements -- Terahertz Transparent/Visible Opaque -- Terahertz Opaque/Visible Transparent -- Terahertz Reflective/Visible Transparent -- Terahertz Transparent/Vis ible Reflective -- Wire-Grid Polarizers -- Antireflection Coatings -- Photonic Crystal Fibers and Terahertz . Waveguides
Chapter 10 Terahertz Laser Sources -- Optically Pumped Gas Lasers -- P-Germanium Laser -- Quantum Cascade Lasers -- Pulsed Difference Frequency Generation -- High-Resolution Frequency Measurements Using Continuous-Wave Difference Frequency Generatio n -- Optical Parametric Oscillators -- Free Electron Lasers -- Chapter 11 Electronic Sources of Terahertz Radiation and Terahertz Detectors -- Electronic Sources of Terahertz Radiation: Introduction and Terminology -- Vacuum Electronic Sources -- Backward Wave Oscillators -- Extended Interaction Klystrons -- Solid-State Devices -- Gunn Diodes and IMPATT Oscillators and Amplifiers -- Transistor Amplifiers -- Frequency Multiplied Sources -- Source Characteristics Summary -- Detectors of Terahertz Radiation: Introduction and Terminology . Incoherent Detectors -- Golay Cell -- Pyroelectric Detectors -- Room-Temperature Bolometers -- Cryogenic Bolometers -- Photoconductive Detectors -- Semiconductor Diode Rectifiers -- Thermopiles -- Incoherent Detector Summar y -- Coherent Detectors: Introduction -- Schottky Diode Mixers -- Frequency Measurement
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Keywords: Terahertz spectroscopy. , Metrology. , Terahertz technology.
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Title:Chipless RFID reader architecture
Author(s): Nemai Chandra Karmakar
Randika Koswatta
Prasanna Kalansuriya
Rubayet E-Azim
Date:2013
Publisher:Artech House
Size:1 online resource (325 pages)
Contents:Chapter 1 Introduction -- Chipless RFID -- Chipless RFID Tag Reader -- Operating Principle -- Reader Architecture -- Physical Layer Development . Chapter 2 Chipless RFID System Operating Principles -- Time Domain (TD) Based Chipless RFID Tags -- Fre quency Domain Based Tags -- Image Based Tags -- Hybrid Domain Chipless RFID Tags -- Multiresonator Based Chipless RFID Tag -- Operating Principle for Reading of Multiresonator Based Chipless RFID Tags -- Methods for Reading RFID Tags -- Reading Time Domai n Based Chipless RFID -- Reading Frequency Domain Based Chipless RFID Tags -- Reading Hybrid Domain Based Chipless RFID Tags -- SAR Based Reading Process . Chapter 3 Chipless RFID Readers -- Chipless RFID Reader System Architectures -- Chipless RFID Reade rs and Tag Reading Techniques -- Time Domain Readers and Tag Reading Techniques -- Frequency Domain Readers and Tag Reading Techniques -- Hybrid Domain Readers and Tag Reading Techniques -- SAR Based Readers and Tag Reading Techniques -- Limitations and I ssues with Current Chipless RFID Readers -- Cost of Readers -- Read Range -- Tag Reading Speed -- Anticollision, Error Correction, and Data Integrity -- Orientation of the Tag
Chapter 4 Frequency Domain Based RFID Reader Development . Operation of Frequency Domain Based Chipless RFID Readers -- Detecting the Features of the Frequency Signatures of Chipless Tags -- Recovering the Frequency Signature of Chipless Tags -- De sign of Frequency Domain Based Chipless RFID Readers -- Design of a Reader That Detects the Features of Frequency Signatures of Chipless RFID Tags -- Design of a Reader That Recovers the Frequency Signatures of Chipless RFID Tags . Chapter 5 Time Domain B ased Chipless RFID Reader -- Theory of Operation of a Time Domain Based Chipless RFID Reader -- Generation of UWB Short Pulses -- UWB Short Pulse Based Interrogation -- Design of UWB TD Based Chipless RFID Reader -- Simulation Setup in Agilent ADS2009 . C hapter 6 Hybrid Chipless RFID Reader -- Frequency-Phase Based System -- Working Principle of the Encoding Element -- Hybrid Frequency-Phase Chipless RFID Based on C-Sections -- Chipless RFID Reader for Hybrid Frequency-Phase Chipless RFID -- Frequency-Pol arization Based System -- Resonant and Polarization Characteristics of the Split-Ring Resonator -- Encoding Information in a SRR Based Frequency-Polarization Tag -- Chipless RFID Reader for Hybrid Frequency-Polarization Based Chipless RFID -- Frequency-Time Based System -- Group Delay Based Frequency-Time Hybrid Chipless RFID -- Non-Group-Delay Based Approaches for Hybrid Frequency-Time Chipless RFID -- Chipless RFID Reader for Hybrid Frequency-Time Based Chipless RFID
Chapter 7 Antennas for Chipless RFID Readers -- Antenna Parameters -- Review of UWB Antennas -- Practical Design Procedure for UWB Antennas -- UWB Antenna Development -- UWB Disk-Loaded Monopole Antennas -- UWB Dipole Array Antennas -- Log-Periodic Dipole Antennas -- Log-Periodic Dipole Array Antennas -- UWB Horn Antennas -- Disk-Loaded Monopoles as Reader Antennas -- Elliptical Leaf Dipole Arrays as Reader Antennas -- LPDAAs as Reader Antennas -- Horns as Reader Antennas . Chapter 8 Microwave and M illimeter-Wave Active and Passive Components -- Passive Components -- Antennas -- Filters -- Couplers -- Circulators -- Power Divider/Combiner -- Resonators -- Mixers -- Active Components -- Voltage-Controlled Oscillators -- Low-Noise Amplifiers . Chapte r 9 Digital Module for Chipless RFID Readers -- Digital Control Board -- Power Supply Unit -- IR Tag Sensor -- RF Power Supply Control Switch -- VCO Control Voltage Generator -- Digital Signal Processing Board -- Middleware -- Performance of Digital Contr ol Section -- Chapter 10 RFID Reader System Integration and Applications -- The Integrated Chipless RFID Reader -- Specifications of a Generic Chipless RFID Reader -- Chipless RFID Tag -- Reading Techniques -- Reader Device . Conveyer Belt Application -- Vehicle Tracking
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Series:Artech House microwave library
Keywords: Radio frequency identification systems
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Title:Microwave mixer technology and applications
Author(s): Bert Henderson
Edmar Camargo
Date:2013
Publisher:Artech House
Size:1 online resource (864 p.)
Contents:Chapter 1 Origins of Electronic Mixers -- History of Radio Development -- Single Ended Circuits -- Singly Balanced Mixers -- Doubly Balanced Star Circuit -- Special Receiver Architectures -- Harmonic Mixers -- Self-Oscillating Balanced Mixers -- Dis tributed Mixers . Chapter 2 System Parameters and Performance -- System Overview -- Digital Modulation -- Error Performance -- Receiver Architectures -- Mixer Linearity . Noise -- Noise and Distortion in Communication Subsystems -- Dynamic Range . Chapter 3 Semiconductor Modeling -- Modeling Schottky Diodes -- Modeling Bipolar Transistors -- Modeling Field Effect Transistors . Chapter 4 Passive and Active Coupling Structures -- Balun Structure -- Marchand Balun -- Microstrip Baluns -- Lumped Elements -- S lotline Type -- Active Approach -- Hybrid Couplers (Magic-T) -- Quadrature Hybrids -- Appendix 4A Guanella 4-1 Transformer -- Appendix 4B Compensated Balun -- Appendix 4C Active FET Power Divider -- Appendix 4D Alternative FET Power Divider -- Appendix 4E Active FET Combiner
Chapter 5 Diode Mixer Theory -- History of Linear and Nonlinear Analysis -- Linear Mixer Analysis -- Frequency Conversion Matrix -- Computer Simulation Example -- Large Signal Conversion Analysis -- Subharmonic Mixer -- Balanced Diode Circuits -- Mi xer Circuit Synthesis -- Appendix 5A Parasitic Losses in Diode Mixers -- Appendix 5B Conversion Matrix Including Parasitics -- Appendix 5C Image Imp. and RF-Image Conversion -- Appendix 5D Saleh Exp. Diode Mixer Performance -- Chapter 6 Diode Applications -- Single Ended -- Singly Balanced -- Doubly Balanced -- Triply Balanced -- Quadrature Mixers -- Subharmonic Mixers -- Chapter 7 BJT Mixer Theory -- Low Frequency Mixer -- Conversion Matrix -- Mixer Properties -- Design Study: CDMA Down-Converter -- Ca scode Approach -- Singly Balanced Mixer -- Singly Balanced Subharmonic -- Doubly Balanced Mixer -- WiFi 2.45 GHz Gilbert Mixer -- Differential Triple Level -- Doubly Balanced Subharmonic -- Subharmonic Triple Level -- Appendix 7A Gummel Poon Parameters -- Appendix 7B Spice Parameters . Chapter 8 Bipolar Junction Transistor Applications -- Single Ended -- Parallel Combined Mixers -- Integrated Circuit Topologies -- Doubly Balanced -- Image Reject -- Subharmonic Topologies
Chapter 9 CFET Mixer Theory -- Gate LO Injection -- Source LO Injection -- Drain LO Injection -- Resistive Approach -- Cascode Mixer -- Singly Balanced -- Doubly Balanced -- Subharmonic Mixing -- Distributed Mixers -- Appendix 9A NE67300 Parameters -- Chapter 10 Passive FET Applications -- Single Ended -- Floating Approach -- Singly Balanced -- Doubly Balanced -- Distributed GaAs Applications . Chapter 11 Active FET Applications -- Single Ended -- Singly Balanced Doubly Balanced -- Subharmonic Appro ach -- Self-Oscillating FET Mixer -- Distributed Applications
ISBN:9781608074891
Series:Artech House microwave library
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Keywords: Microwave mixers.
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Title:Microwave engineering
Author(s): David M. Pozar
Date:2012
Edition:4th ed.
Publisher:Hoboken, NJ : Wiley
Size:732 p
Contents:1. Electromagnetic Theory, 2. Transmission Line Theory, 3. Transmission lines and Waveguides, 4. Microwave Network Analysis, 5. Impedance matching and tuning, 6. Microwave Resonators, 7. Poer Dividers and Directional Couplers, 8. Microwave Filters, 9. Theory and Design of Ferrimagnetic Components, 10. Noice and Nonliner Distortion, 11. Active RF a nd Microwave Devices, 12.Microwave Amplifier Design, 13.Oscillators And Mixers, 14.Introduction To Microwave Systems
ISBN:9780470631553
Keywords: Microwaves. , Microwave devices. , Microwave circuits.
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Title:Microwave engineering
Author(s): David M. Pozar
Date:2005
Publisher:J. Wiley
Contents:Electromagnetic Theory
electromagnetic Theory
Transmission Line Theory
Transmission Lines and Waveguides
Microwave Network Analysis
Impedance Matching and Tuning
Microwave Rsonators
Power Dividers and Directional Couplers
Microwave Filters
Theory and Design of Ferrimagnetic Components
Noise and Active RF Components
Microwave Amplifier Design
Oscillators and Mixers
Introduction to Microwave Systems
Prefixes
Vector Analysis
Bessel Functions
Other Mathematical Results
Physical Constants
Conductivities for Some Materials
Dielectic Constants and Loss Tangents for Some Materials
Properties of Some Microwave Ferrite Materials
Standard Rectangular Waveguide Data
Standard Coaxial Cable Data
ISBN:0471448788
Keywords: Microwaves , Microwave devices , Microwave circuits
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Title:Microwave mixers
Author(s): Stephen A. Maas
Date:1993
Edition:2nd ed.
Publisher:Artech House, Boston
Size:375
ISBN:0890066051
Series:The Artech House microwave library 1984
Keywords: Microwave mixers.
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Title:Microwave and RF design: A systems approach
Author(s): Michael Bernard Steer
Date:2010
Publisher:Raleigh, N.C. : SciTech Pub.
Size:952 p.
Contents:System Module -- 1. Modulation, Transmitters and Receivers -- 2. Antennas and RF Link -- 3. Radio Frequency Systems -- Transmission Line Module -- 4. Transmission Lines -- 5. Extraordinary Transmission Line Effects -- Network Module -- 6. Microwave Network Analysis -- 7. Passive Components -- 8. Impedance Matching -- Coupled Line and Filter Module
9. Coupled Lines and Applications -- 10. Filters -- Active Device and Synthesis Module -- 11. Amplifiers -- 12. Mixers, Oscillators and Switches -- 13. Synthesis -- A. Mathematical Identities and Relationships -- B. Power Descriptions -- C. Physical Constants and Material Properties -- D. Maxwell's Equations -- E. Waveguide Field Analysis -- F. RF and Microwave Circuit Schematic Symbols -- G. Active Device Models
ISBN:9781891121883
Keywords: Radio Transmitters and transmission Design and construction. , Radio Receivers and reception Design and construction. , Radio circuits Design and construction. , Microwave circuits Design and construction.
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Title:Physics of Quantum Electron Devices
Author(s):
Date:1990
Size:1 online resource (403 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-74751-9
Contents:1. Introduction -- 1.1 A Perspective on the Evolution of Quantum Semiconductor Devices -- 1.2 Outline of the Book -- References -- 2. The Nature of Molecular Beam Epitaxy and Consequences for Quantum Microstructures -- 2.1 Dimensional
Confinement and Device Concepts -- 2.2 Molecular Beam Epitaxy -- 2.3 The Surface Kinetic Processes and Computer Simulations of Growth -- 2.4 Quantum Wells: Growth and Photoluminescence -- 2.5 Concluding Remarks -- 2.6 Recent Advances
-- References -- 3. Nanolithography for Ultra-Small Structure Fabrication -- 3.1 Overview -- 3.2 Resolution Limits of Lithographic Processes -- 3.3 Pattern Transfer -- References -- 4. Theory of Resonant Tunnelling and Surface
Superlattices -- 4.1 Tunnelling Probabilities -- 4.2 Tunnelling Time -- 4.3 Pseudo-Device Calculations -- 4.4 Lateral Superlattices -- References -- 5. The Investigation of Single and Double Barrier (Resonant Tunnelling)
Heterostructures Using High Magnetic Fields -- 5.1 Background -- 5.2 LO Phonon Structure in the I(V) and C(V) Curves of Reverse-Biased Heterostructures -- 5.3 Magnetotunnelling from the 2D Electron Gas in Accumulated (InGa)As/InP
Structures Grown by MBE and MOCVD -- 5.4 Observation of Magnetoquantized Interface States by Electron Tunnelling in Single-Barrier n? (InGa)As/InP/n+ (InGa)As Heterostructures -- 5.5 Box Quantised States -- 5.6 Double Barrier Resonant
Tunnelling Devices -- References -- 6. Microwave and Millimeter-Wave Resonant-Tunnelling Devices -- 6.1 Speed of Response -- 6.2 Resonant-Tunnelling Oscillators -- 6.3 Self-Oscillating Mixers -- 6.4 Resistive Multipliers -- 6.5
Variable Absolute Negative Conductance -- 6.6 Persistent Photoconductivity and a Resonant-Tunnelling Transistor -- 6.7 A Look at Resonant-Tunnelling Theory -- 6.8 Concluding Remarks -- Note Added in Proof -- List of Symbols --
References -- 7. Resonant Tunnelling and Superlattice Devices: Physics and Circuits -- 7.1 Resonant Tunnelling Through Double Barriers and Superlattices -- 7.2 Application of Resonant Tunnelling: Transistors and Circuits -- References
-- 8. Resonant-Tunnelling Hot Electron Transistors (RHET) -- 8.1 RHET Operation -- 8.2 RHET Technology Using GaAs/AlGaAs Heterostructures -- 8.3 InGaAs-Based Material Evaluation -- 8.4 RHET Technology Using InGaAs-Based Materials --
8.5 Theoretical Analyses of RHET Performance -- 8.6 Summary -- References -- 9. Ballistic Electron Transport in Hot Electron Transistors -- 9.1 Ballistic Transport -- 9.2 Hot Electron Transistors -- 9.3 Hot Electron Injectors -- 9.4
Energy Spectroscopy -- 9.5 Electron Coherent Effects in the THETA Device -- 9.6 Transfer to the L Satellite Valleys -- 9.7 The THETA as a Practical Device -- References -- 10. Quantum Interference Devices -- 10.1 Background -- 10.2
Two-Port Quantum Devices -- 10.3 Multiport Quantum Devices -- Appendix: Aharonov — Bohm Phase-shift in an Electric or Magnetic Field -- References -- Additional References -- 11. Carrier Confinement to One and Zero Degrees of Freedom
-- 11.1 Experimental Methods -- 11.2 Discussion of Experimental Results -- 11.3 Conclusions -- References -- 12. Quantum Effects in Quasi-One-Dimensional MOSFETs -- 12.1 Background -- 12.2 MOSFET Length Scales -- 12.3 Special MOSFET
Geometries -- 12.4 Strictly 1D Transport -- 12.5 Multichannel Transport (Particle in a Box?) -- 12.6 Averaged Quantum Diffusion -- 12.7 Mesoscopic Quantum Diffusion (Universal Conductance Fluctuations) -- 12.8 Effect of One Scatterer
-- 12.9 Conclusion -- References
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Series:Springer Series in Electronics and Photonics: 28
Keywords: Materials science , Electronics , Microelectronics , Optical materials , Electronic materials , Materials Science , Optical and Electronic Materials , Electronics and Microelectronics, Instrumentation
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Title:Superconductor Electronics Fundamentals and Microwave Applications
Author(s): Johann H Hinken
Date:1989
Size:1 online resource (158 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-74744-1
Contents:1. Fundamentals of Superconductivity -- 1.1 Basic Phenomena -- 1.2 London Equations -- 1.3 Cooper Pairs and the Energy Band Model -- 1.4 Current Heat Losses in Normal Conductors and Superconductors -- 1.5 Flux Quantisation -- 1.6
Effect of Geometry and Magnetic Field -- 2. SIS Junctions -- 2.1 Current-Voltage Characteristics -- 2.2 Detectors -- 2.3 SIS Mixers -- 3. Josephson Junctions -- 3.1 Physical Fundamentals -- 3.2 Concentrated Josephson Junctions -- 3.3
Distributed Josephson Tunnel Junctions -- 3.4 Superconducting Loops with Josephson Junctions -- 4. Applications of Josephson Junctions in Microwave Engineering -- 4.1 Josephson Voltage Standards -- 4.2 Detectors -- 4.3 Mixers -- 4.4
Amplifiers -- 4.5 Oscillators -- 4.6 Intrinsic Noise of Cryogenic Receiver Devices -- 5. Materials and Production Methods -- 5.1 Tunnel Junctions and Planar Superconducting Circuits -- 5.2 Microbridges -- 5.3 Point Contacts -- 5.4
Oxide Superconductors with High Critical Temperatures -- 6. Low Temperature Technology -- 6.1 Generation of Low Temperatures -- 6.2 Cooling in Liquid Bath Cryostats -- 6.3 Temperature Measurement Techniques -- 6.4 Materials -- 6.5
Cooling Systems for Microwave Receivers -- List of Principal Symbols -- Literature
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Keywords: Physics , Superconductivity , Superconductors , Electronics , Microelectronics , Electrical engineering , Physics , Strongly Correlated Systems, Superconductivity , Communications Engineering, Networks , Electronics and Microelectronics, Instrumentation
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