Reduced size superconducting resonator including high temperatur

Superconductor technology: apparatus – material – process – High temperature – per se – Having tc greater than or equal to 150 k

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505701, 505866, 333995, 333219, 333204, H01P 1203, H01P 708

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ABSTRACT:
An arrangement for a superconducting resonator suitable for use in electronic filters is disclosed, in which a resonator exhibits an increased amount of internal inductance without a lengthening of the resonator. By utilizing a relatively thin dielectric material, a significant amount of magnetic field is made to exist in a layer of the superconductors nearest to the dielectric. This magnetic field induces a non-negligible internal inductance within the layer. The net result of having this extra inductance is that the wave velocity is no longer a constant, independent of dielectric thickness. Thus the resonator can be constructed to be significantly shorter than the conventional wave velocity equation would imply. Hence, the present invention provides a reduction in the length as well as in the cross-sectional area of a resonator, which means that one or more of such resonators may then be advantageously utilized to achieve significantly reduced filter size.

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