Advanced Relaxation Oscillation SQUIDs


Duuren, Michiel Jos van (1998) Advanced Relaxation Oscillation SQUIDs. thesis.

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Abstract:This thesis describes the development of low Tc superconducting quantum
interference devices (SQUIDs) based on the relaxation oscillation principle.
SQUIDs are the most sensitive magnetic flux sensors available nowadays. As
they can detect very accurately any physical quantity that can be converted to
a magnetic flux, their field of applications is wide-ranging. Examples of
applications are the detection of the tiny magnetic fields generated by the
human brain, the measurement of voltages in the picovolt range and the
readout of cryogenic particle detectors.
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