Giant relaxation oscillations in a very strongly hysteretic superconductive quantum interference device ring-tank circuit system
journal contributionposted on 2013-04-10, 12:42 authored by T.D. Clark, R.J. Prance, R. Whiteman, H. Prance, Mark EverittMark Everitt, A.R. Bulsara, J.F. Ralph
In this article, we show that the radio frequency (rf) dynamical characteristics of a very strongly hysteretic superconducting quantum interference device (SQUID) ring, coupled to a rf tank circuit resonator, display relaxation oscillations. We demonstrate that the overall form of these characteristics, together with the relaxation oscillations, can be modeled accurately by solving the quasiclassical nonlinear equations of motion for the system. We suggest that in these very strongly hysteretic regimes, SQUID ring-resonator systems may find application in logic and memory devices.
CitationClark, T.D. ... et al., 2001. Giant relaxation oscillations in a very strongly hysteretic superconductive quantum interference device ring-tank circuit system. Journal of Applied Physics, 90 (6), pp. 3042 - 3047.
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NotesThis article was published in the Journal of Applied Physics [© American Institute of Physics] and the definitive version is available at: http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.1398594