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A novel multilayer process for HTS SFQ circuit
By: Yoshida, J.; Nagano, T.; Inoue, S.; Katsuno, H.;
2003 / IEEE
This item was taken from the IEEE Periodical ' A novel multilayer process for HTS SFQ circuit ' We have developed a novel multilayer process for HTS-SFQ circuits adopting a NBCO groundplane and tin-oxide isolation layers, and fabricated an HTS-SFQ ring oscillator circuit including 21 Josephson junctions. The junctions on the buried groundplane exhibited excellent Josephson characteristics with a magnetic modulation of I/sub c/ exceeding 90%, and an I/sub c/R/sub n/ product of 0.75 mV at 30 K. The sheet inductance of the wiring layer at 30 K was evaluated to be 1.1 pH for the counter-electrode layer, and 1.3 pH for the base-electrode layer. We confirmed the correct operation of the 10-stage ring oscillator at 20-30 K. The maximum dc output voltage of the ring oscillator was 0.06 mV at 30 K and 0.12 mV at 20 K, indicating the signal delay per stage of 3.4 ps and 1.8 ps, respectively.
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High Temperature Superconductors
Fields, Waves And Electromagnetics
Engineered Materials, Dielectrics And Plasmas
Superconducting Integrated Circuits
Hts Sfq Circuit
20 To 30 K
Interface Engineered Junction
Tin Oxide Isolation Layer