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Two-Josephson-junction interferometer memory cell for n.d.r.o.

Two-Josephson-junction interferometer memory cell for n.d.r.o.

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A single-flux-quantum random-access memory cell for nondestructive read-out and write has been designed and successfully simulated. The binary information is stored in an interferometer with two unequal Josephson junctions. No bias current is needed to store the information. Reasonable operation margins are obtained.

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