A near-field scanning microwave microscope based on a superconducting resonator for low power measurements.

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We report on the design and performance of a cryogenic (300 mK) near-field scanning microwave microscope. It uses a microwave resonator as the near-field sensor, operating at a frequency of 6 GHz and microwave probing amplitudes down to 100 μV, approaching low enough photon population (N ∼ 1000) of the resonator such that coherent quantum manipulation… (More)
DOI: 10.1063/1.4792381

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@article{Graaf2013ANS, title={A near-field scanning microwave microscope based on a superconducting resonator for low power measurements.}, author={Sytze de Graaf and Andrey V Danilov and Arnold A Adamyan and Sergey E Kubatkin}, journal={The Review of scientific instruments}, year={2013}, volume={84 2}, pages={023706} }