Theory of microwave intermodulation in a high-T-c superconducting microstrip resonator

Dahm T, Scalapino DJ (1996)
Applied Physics Letters 69(27): 4248-4250.

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We calculate the intermodulation power for a superconducting microstrip resonator arising from the intrinsic microscopic nonlinearities. We focus on high-T-c superconductors where it is believed that the order parameter has d(x2-y2) symmetry. A characteristic upturn of the intermodulation power is found at low temperatures. We discuss different ways to reduce intermodulations by changing the geometry of the microstrip. (C) 1996 American Institute of Physics.
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Applied Physics Letters
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Dahm T, Scalapino DJ. Theory of microwave intermodulation in a high-T-c superconducting microstrip resonator. Applied Physics Letters. 1996;69(27):4248-4250.
Dahm, T., & Scalapino, D. J. (1996). Theory of microwave intermodulation in a high-T-c superconducting microstrip resonator. Applied Physics Letters, 69(27), 4248-4250. doi:10.1063/1.116960
Dahm, T., and Scalapino, D. J. (1996). Theory of microwave intermodulation in a high-T-c superconducting microstrip resonator. Applied Physics Letters 69, 4248-4250.
Dahm, T., & Scalapino, D.J., 1996. Theory of microwave intermodulation in a high-T-c superconducting microstrip resonator. Applied Physics Letters, 69(27), p 4248-4250.
T. Dahm and D.J. Scalapino, “Theory of microwave intermodulation in a high-T-c superconducting microstrip resonator”, Applied Physics Letters, vol. 69, 1996, pp. 4248-4250.
Dahm, T., Scalapino, D.J.: Theory of microwave intermodulation in a high-T-c superconducting microstrip resonator. Applied Physics Letters. 69, 4248-4250 (1996).
Dahm, Thomas, and Scalapino, DJ. “Theory of microwave intermodulation in a high-T-c superconducting microstrip resonator”. Applied Physics Letters 69.27 (1996): 4248-4250.