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Superconducting film magnetic flux transformer with micro- and nanosized branches
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The object of the study is a superconducting film magnetic flux transformer comprising two square shaped loops with the tapering active strips and a magnetosensitive film element between them. It is shown that splitting of the active strips into parallel micro- and nanosized superconducting branches and slits increases the gain factor of the transformer, i. e., the concentration of an external magnetic field on the magnetosensitive element, by a factor of more than four.
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