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Resonance frequencies of a ring fluxon oscillator
1.A. C. Scott, Nuovo Cimento 69B, 241 (1970);
1.A. C. Scott, Am. J. Phys. 37, 52 (1969).
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5.The analytical properties of the relevant quantities introduced in this short communication and the stability of solutions (3) and (10) will be discussed in detail in a forthcoming paper.
6.G. Constabile, R. D. Parmentier, B. Savo, D. W. McLaughlin, and A. C. Scott, Appl. Phys. Lett. 32, 587 (1978).
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8.From now on we assume that n can be accounted for explicitly by rescaling R to
9.Note that Eqs. (18) and (23) only apply in the case of finite R. The threshold of stability for a fluxon‐antifluxon pair in an infinite linear JTL, Fig. 9 of Ref. 4, cannot be reproduced by taking the limit of Eq. (18).
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