Standards and high-speed instrumentation

@inproceedings{Hamilton1989StandardsAH,
  title={Standards and high-speed instrumentation},
  author={Clark A. Hamilton and D. G. Mcdonald and Joseph Edward Sauvageau and S. R. Whiteley},
  year={1989}
}
The authors review four applications of superconductivity of current interest in metrology. These applications are Josephson series-array voltage standards, cryogenic current comparators, a superconducting sampling oscilloscope, and a novel bolometer based on a kinetic inductance thermometer. > 

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