Microstrip direct current superconducting quantum interference device radio frequency amplifier: Noise data
A series of about twenty superconducting quantum interference devices (SQUIDs) has been operated as microstrip-SQUID amplifiers (MSAs) at frequencies ranging from 100 MHz to 2GHz to study the dependence of their gain and noise temperature on bias current and flux. The measured values were in good agreement with theory. The observed dependence of ... MSA gain and noise temperature on bias current and flux resembled the static transfer function of the SQUIDs. The gains are relatively insensitive to changes in bias current and bias flux; the noise temperature is strongly dependent on the bias flux.
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