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By H. Fröhlich (auth.), B. Deaver, John Ruvalds (eds.)

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The complex learn Institute on "Advances in Superconductivity" used to be held on the Ettore Majorana Centre for medical tradition in Erice, Sicily, in the course of July three to July 15, 1982. This Institute used to be the 3rd process the foreign tuition of Low Tempera­ ture Physics, which used to be verified on the Centre in 1977 with the information and concept of T. Regge and A. Zichichi. The 1982 path used to be situated on a subject matter which introduced jointly primary simple learn and the latest promising technological purposes. for this reason, the contributors represented a large spectrum of business and executive laboratories, in addition to universities from a number of nations. this system of themes and audio system was once built with the recommendation of the Organizing Committee, composed of H. Frohlich, T. Regge, B. Stritzker, and L. Testardi. This Institute emphasised contemporary advancements within the technology and expertise of superconductivity. A old standpoint was once supplied via H. Frohlich, whose lectures keep in mind the earliest discoveries and theoretical makes an attempt to appreciate superconductivity. sarcastically, his early recommendation of the electron-phonon coupling as a key to superconductivity used to be met with preliminary common skepticism. Later, the improvement of box conception tools for reliable country physics difficulties, and the evolution of the BCS thought has ended in a likely unanimous concensus in regards to the e1ectron­ phonon mechanism because the principal resource of superconductivity in identified fabrics. Experimental reviews of superconductivity exemplify the powerful interaction of technology and know-how in lots of ways.

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In particular, it was demonstrated that the noise driving term did indeed have a spectral density (2hv/R)coth(hv/2kBT) (Fig. 11). These results indicate rather strongly that the quantum Langevin equation is a valid description of a resistively shunted junction in the free running mode I > 10' The measurements also demonstrate that the Josephson junction operated as a self-mixer is an ideal quantum-limited device at frequencies up to 500GHz. The formalism developed in Sec. III A could also be exten~=d fairly readily to calculate the effects of quantum noise in a Josephson mixer with an external local oscillator.

FUNDAMENTAL LIMITS ON SQUID TECHNOLOGY 39 The corresponding mean square signal is given by = M2V2/IZ. 16) In the thermal limit, we introduce a noise temperature, TN' by setting /S~(f)B = 1 with = 4kBTNRiB. 17) We note that T~oPt) scales with frequency, and otherwise depends only on the SQUID parameters. Also, T~oPt) is independent of a 2 (although the optimum values of ~ and Ci are not), implying that tight coupling between the input circuit and the SQUID is not essential for optimum noise performance.

CLARKE 34 values of c/lHz are plotted against l6kBT(LC)~ = 9kBTL/R. No distinction has been made among devices that were operated in a fluxlocked loop and those that were operated as small-signal amplifiers with no feedback. 05, so that Eq. 10) cannot be expected to hold exactly. Nevertheless, although there is a general scatter of the results, it is evident that the measured noise energies follow the predicted values rather well. 1 It devices effects devoted c. is also apparent that the performance of the most sensitive approaches c/lHz - 10-34JHz- l or h.

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