A Wideband , Low-Noise Superconducting Amplifier with High Dynamic Range

  title={A Wideband , Low-Noise Superconducting Amplifier with High Dynamic Range},
  author={Byeong Ho Eom and Peter K. Day and Henry G. Leduc and Jonas Zmuidzinas},
Amplifiers are ubiquitous in electronics and play a fundamental role in a wide range of scientific measurements. From a user’s perspective, an ideal amplifier has very low noise, operates over a broad frequency range, and has a high dynamic range it is capable of handling strong signals with little distortion. Unfortunately, it is difficult to obtain all of these characteristics simultaneously. For example, modern transistor amplifiers offer multi-octave bandwidths and excellent dynamic range… CONTINUE READING
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