Improved 10 V SINIS Series Arrays for Applications in AC Voltage Metrology

@article{Mueller2007Improved1V,
  title={Improved 10 V SINIS Series Arrays for Applications in AC Voltage Metrology},
  author={F.. Mueller and R. Behr and L.. Palafox and J.. Kohlmann and R.. Wendisch and I.. Krasnopolin},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity},
  year={2007},
  volume={17},
  pages={649-652}
}
Recent metrological activities with programmable Josephson voltage standards (PJVS) are focused on extending the quantum accuracy to AC voltages, e.g. for the step-wise approximation of sine waves. Stimulated by the progress in this field, new requirements for the quality and availability of 1 V and 10 V circuits have been established. Based on the experience with programmable 1 V SINIS circuits fabricated at PTB and used at present by 13 National Metrological Institutes worldwide, the… CONTINUE READING
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