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HTS SQUID-based magnetometers less noisy than their LTS counterparts?

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posted on 23.11.2015 by Boris Chesca
HTS SQUID-based magnetometers less noisy than their LTS counterparts?

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SUPERCONDUCTIVITY NEWS FORUM,Global Edition

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HP101 - HP101

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CHESCA, B., 2015. HTS SQUID-based magnetometers less noisy than their LTS counterparts?. Superconductivity News Forum (SNF), Global Edition, pp. HP101.

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2015

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This paper is the highlights of "CHESCA, B., JOHN, D. and MELLOR, C., 2015. Flux-coherent series SQUID array magnetometers operating above 77 K with superior white flux noise than single-SQUIDs at 4.2 K. Applied Physics Letters, 107 (16), 162602 ." which can be found on the Repository at https://dspace.lboro.ac.uk/2134/19513. This precis is in closed access.

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