Josephson junctions with 1 μm dimensions and with picosecond switching times

Josephson junctions with 1 μm dimensions and with picosecond switching times

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Josephson junctions with 1 × 3 μm dimensions have no resonances. For a current density of about 1000 A/cm2, the risetime of the switching transient from zero to the gap voltage is below 38 ps.


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