The circuit diagram of a balanced comparator: is a current pulse due to change of an external magnetic flux , and are the bias currents, and is a current to be measured.
The shape of a current pulse, , . is normalized to the critical current, is normalized to .
The motion of the phases of the BC junctions and comprising the BC: , , and .
MST and SD of a single JJ (normalized to the inverse plasma frequency ) vs current : , , and .
Pulses after reproduction by a single JJ with , , and normalized to .
MST and SD of a single JJ (normalized to the inverse plasma frequency ) vs , . Solid curves: , dashed curves: .
Gray zone of the BC as a function of for different values of and ; and .
The shapes of the input pulse and the output pulses of the BC for different values of the input inductance and . Current across pulse generator is , its area is normalized to , , and .
The temporal characteristics of junction (normalized to ) for different values of measured current , , , and .
The pulse reproduced by the BC (input pulse for junction ) and pulses reproduced by . The shape of the pulse has been restored by the JJ with , .
MST and SD of junction as a function of for different values of measured current and output inductance : , , , and . All junctions have the same .
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