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Linewidth of the Radiation Emitted by a Josephson Point Contact
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9.The best coupling and generally the narrowest emission lines were obtained with rod edges with a half‐angle of 60° and the radius of the point was The detected power was maximum with the short circuit at from the junction. The results indicate that the junction coupling with the waveguide varies with the rod shape.
10.The narrowest linewidths obtained at 9 Ghz with our contacts was With thin‐film junctions, emission lines a few kHz wide have been reported.
11.The scattering of data is approximately of the same order as the expected error bracket which is mainly determined by the error in the measurement of
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