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Single Josephson junction superconducting memory cell

Single Josephson junction superconducting memory cell

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It is argued that a large-inductance superconducting loop interrupted by a single Josephson junction can function as a memory element. Bundles of flux quanta can be stored in the cell and removed from it by the application of appropriate bias currents or fields.

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