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Advances in the measurement of rf power and attenuation using SQUIDS

R. A Kamper

Advances in the measurement of rf power and attenuation using SQUIDS

by R. A Kamper

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Bureau of Standards, For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Microwave measurements,
  • Quantum electronics,
  • Superconductivity

  • Edition Notes

    Supt. of Docs. No.: C 13.46:661

    StatementR.A. Kamper ... [et al.]; Electromagnetics Division, Institute for Basic Standards
    SeriesNBS Technical note -- 661
    ContributionsInstitute for Basic Standards (U.S.). Electromagnetics Division
    The Physical Object
    Pagination24 p. :
    Number of Pages24
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15472373M

    For example, the high-density rf magnetometer which relies on light narrowing and the condition P z → 1 (to be discussed later), requires much higher power. The optimization condition is R ~ R S D R S E, which in experiment of (Savukov et al., ) was about s Cited by: 8. RF carrier variations. Thermal as well as dynamic envelope spurious in transistors biasing circuits are obviously responsible of this [6]. This paper presents a measurement system which enables the generation and the time domain measurements of complex envelopes of modulated signals at both ports of nonlinear microwave power amplifier. The. Light from a pulsed GaAs injection laser is coupled into a glass fiber via a taper coupler. The time dependence of the light backscattered within the fiber as the pulse travels down the waveguide is recorded. From these data the total loss may be determined, as well as an estimate of the scattering and mode mixing characteristics of the fiber.   Cremer, “ Theory of sound attenuation in a rectangular duct with an absorbing wall and the resultant maximum attenuation coefficient,” Acustica 2, – (). Google Scholar Cited by:

      As well known, in practical RF SQUIDs the electronic components (preamplifier, tank circuit, transmission line) contribute substantially to the output noise of the device. So the output noise of RF SQUID is mainly defined by the slope of its voltage-current characteristics (VCC). However the existing theory of the slope is of semi-empirical manner and does not account for the real VCC slope, i Cited by: 1. of the amplitude-measurement technology which use the amplitude difference of the RF signal received by the array antennas and the phase-measurement technology which use the phase difference of the RF signals received by the same array antennas At first, a direction finding technology was stated to find the direction of the signal source by usingCited by: 7. FIGURE RF power performance vs. frequency for diamond, SiC, and GaAs MESFETs. SOURCE: Adapted from Trew, Robert J., Jing-Bang Yan, and Philip M. Mock, , "The Potential of Diamond and SiC Electronic Devices for Microwave and Millimeter Wave Power Applications, " Proceedings of the IEEE, 79(5)–, Figure In [1], the authors state that the effective range in an RF conduction system is not a function of power but of current. While radiated power represents a product of current and square of the radiation resistance of the antenna, the RF conduction method relies on voltage between receiving electrodes rather than .

    Measurements carried out in various large structures quantify both radio-signal attenuation and frequency-selective distortion (multipath) in the radio propagation channel. Our study includes measurements of wideband frequency response, time delay spread, and distortion introduced into a 20 MHz wide digitally modulated by: The detected phase shift on the RF output reference signal is then correlated to a measurement of acceleration change. The entire process is repeated for the next iteration. Individual accelerometer noise floors were reached at sampling frequencies between . Abstract: Extremely low frequencies (ELFs) are employed to transmit data from underground to the ground surface in the measurement-while-drilling electromagnetic (MWD-EM) telemetry system. Based on electromagnetic field theory, the present work is aimed at predicting the receivability of the signals at the surface. A unified analytic method that is suitable for vertical, directional, or. Physics Chapter 6 study guide by Suzy_Rosales includes 49 questions covering vocabulary, terms and more. Quizlet flashcards, activities and games help you improve your grades.


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Get this from a library. Advances in the measurement of rf power and attenuation using SQUIDS. [R A Kamper; Institute for Basic Standards (U.S.). Electromagnetics Division.]. Attenuation Measurement Alan Coster Dowding & Mills INTRODUCTION Accurate attenuation measurement is an important part of characterising rf or microwave circuits and devices.

For example, attenuation measurement of the component parts of a radar system will enable a designer to calculate the power delivered to the antennaFile Size: 2MB.

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Vol NBS Technical Note Time domain automatic network analyzer for measurement of RF and microwave components 06/17 by Gans, W. L.; Andrews, James R. A rf SQUID, consist of a superconducting loop of inductance L closed by a Josephson junction of critical current Ic.

In the 70s and early 80s, it has been successfully employed as a high sensitive magnetometer or gradiometer. In this configuration, the rf SQUID is inductively coupled to. Physics Procedia 36 () – Published by Elsevier B.V. Selection and/or peer-review under responsibility of the Guest Editors.

doi: / Superconductivity Centennial Conference Novel stable and reliable readout electronics Advances in the measurement of rf power and attenuation using SQUIDS book HTS rf SQUID Hans-Joachim Krause a,c *, Norbert Wolters b,c and Yi Zhang a,c a Peter-Grünberg-Institute (PGI-8 Cited by: 1.

4 Rec. ITU-R P and substituting in equation (3) gives – 0 0 2 0 k2 j (5) where k is the magnitude of. Equation (5) shows that the electric field intensity propagates as an attenuated sinusoidal Size: 1MB. The spectrum is related to the optimum gain and phase, so the amount of overall attenuation is about 73 Advances in the measurement of rf power and attenuation using SQUIDS book.

By comparing the conventional method attenuation (54 dB) and the attenuation of RFIA method (73 dB) an improvement about 20 dB is obtained as shown in Fig. Figure 8. Comparison between conventional and RFIA method. DC and RF measurements of serial Bi-SQUID arrays Article (PDF Available) in IEEE Transactions on Applied Superconductivity 23(3) December with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

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biographies of notable scientific figures. MORE T downloadable images and animations illustrating. Other articles where Attenuation is discussed: sound: Attenuation: A plane wave of a single frequency in theory will propagate forever with no change or loss.

This is not the case with a circular or spherical wave, however. One of the most important properties of this type of wave. Normalised Site Attenuation (NSA) The Normalized Site Attenuation (NSA) measurement is used to determine the suitability of a test site (Semi-anechoic chamber or an Open Area Test Site) for performing radiated emissions measurements as required by international standards including CISPR.

Experimental data on signal and noise characteristics of high-T c rf SQUIDs with large inductance are SQUIDs were fabricated by the thick-film technique of painting Y 2 BaCuO 5 substrates. For the first time, stable quantum interference is observed in an rf SQUID with inductance as large as L S = nH, that is, 60 times higher than the fluctuation inductance L F ≃10 −10 H at Author: A.V.

Sermyagin. Measurement and Characterization of RF Nonuniformity Over the Heart at 3T Using Body Coil Transmission Kyunghyun Sung, MS* and Krishna S. Nayak, PhD Purpose: To measure and characterize variations in the transmitted radio frequency (RF) (B1) field in cardiac magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) at 3 Tesla.

Knowledge of. and that employs non-hysteretic rf-SQUIDs to transduce the detector signals into a frequency shift of high Q resonators which can be monitored by using standard microwave measurement techniques.

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web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. This thesis, addresses some aspects of the well-known, problem, experienced by designer of radio frequency power amplifiers (RFPA): the efficiency/linearity trade-off. The thesis is focused on finding and documenting solution to linearity problem than can be used to advance the performance of radio frequency (RF) and microwave systems used by the wireless communication industry.

Finally, S H at different frequencies are calculated using plasma sheath parameter values simulating the re-entry phase of a radio-attenuation measurement-C vehicle and results show that such a vehicle might overcome radio blackout during the entire re-entry phase if systems operating below 3 MHz and above the L-band are combined with a lower Cited by: 4.

In the RF-band Interference Attenuation (RFIA) Method, at the first step the strongest interference component is mitigated by controlling the phase and amplitude. In next steps, other interference components are similarly nulled. This structure leads to separate mitigation for each interference components.

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Tichý, V. Petříček.Transformer coupling and its modelling for the flux-ramp modulation of rf-SQUIDs i b, a, a b, a, measurement of the energy released in the Electron Capture decay of Ho.

The rf-SQUID is a superconducting ring interrupted by a thin insulating layer, called weak.FALEYet al.:HIGH-T c DC SQUIDS FOR MEG Fig. 4. SEM ebook of an individual step-edge Josephson junction on a MgO substrate. The orientation of the c-axis of the YBCO film on the step-edge surface differs from the film orientation on the plane by: