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Inductive Coupling of Josephson Junctions to External Circuits
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4.Langenberg et al. estimated that only 1 part in 104 of the power in the junction was emitted as external radiation in their experiments: D. N. Langenberg, D. J. Scalapino, B. N. Taylor, and R. E. Eck, Phys. Rev. Lett. 15, 294 (1965).
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7.Since completing this work we have learned of work by K. L. Ngai, Phys. Rev. 182, 555 (1969) on the same problem. He also gives an explanation of Giaever’s experiment and discusses the dispersion relations for a multilayered structure. Ngai’s work emphasizes more the junction I–V characteristics while ours is directed towards the coupling and power transfer properties of a multilayered system.
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