A Josephson sampler with 2.1 ps resolution

@inproceedings{Wolf1985AJS,
  title={A Josephson sampler with 2.1 ps resolution},
  author={Peter Wolf and Bart J. Van Zeghbroeck and Ulrich Deutsch},
  year={1985}
}
A Josephson sampler with 2.1 ps resolution is reported. The sampler was made with Nb edge junctions, and consists of a sampling junction to which a Faris pulser is coupled directly. Two experiments are connected to the sampler: a two-junction interferometer and another Faris pulser. A new and simple electronic delay allows a flicker-free display on an oscilloscope of the waveform sampled. A current sensitivity of 0.8 μA was achieved. It was possible to measure the switching transitions of the… CONTINUE READING

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