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Josephson Digital Devices

H. Hayakawa, S. Kotani
Published 1993 · Physics

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Since B. D. Josephson predicted the possibility of pair electron tunneling in a superconductor-insulator-superconductor (SIS) system(1) in 1962, a number of devices based on the Josephson effect have been proposed, forming a field called superconducting electronics. A significant part of the progress in this field is due to digital applications of the Josephson effect.
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