Fundamentals and Materials. 1. Fundamental Considerations of Superconductors at Microwave Frequencies; M.J. Lancaster. 2. Microwave Properties of Superconductors; M.A. Hein. 3. Growth and Processing of High Temperature Superconductor Thin Films; R.G. Humphreys. 4. High Temperature Superconducting Thick Films For Microwave Applications; M.J. Lancaster, T.W. Button. 5. Nonlinear Behavior of Superconducting Devices; D.E. Oates.
Microwave Structures and Measurement Techniques. 6. HTS Resonators and Filters; S.H. Talisa. 7. Three-Dimensional Cryogenic Filters; R.R. Mansour. 8. Design of HTS Distributed Two-Dimensional Devices; S.H. Talisa. 9. Design of Lumped-Element 2D RF Devices; H.J. Chaloupka, S. Kolesov. 10. Near-Field Microwave Microscopy of Materials Properties; S.M. Anlage, et al. 11. Cooling and Packaging of RF Components; H.J.M. ter Brake.
Superconducting Microwave Applications. 12. Analog Devices in Military Systems; D.E. Oates. 13. High Temperature Superconducting Radio Frequency Coils for NMR Spectroscopy and Magnetic Resonance Imaging; S.M. Anlage. 14. HTS Antennas; H.J. Chaloupka. 15. HTS Wireless Applications; B.A. Willemsen. 16. High Temperature Superconductor Multiplexers for Satellite Applications; R.R. Mansour. 17. RF Superconducting Cavities for Accelerators; R. Vaglio. 18. The Microstrip DC Squid Amplifier; J. Clarke, et al. 19. Radio Frequency Squids and Their Applications; M. Mück, et al. 20. Millimeter and Sub-MM Wave Josephson Flux-Flow Devices; J. Mygind, N.F. Pedersen. 21. Flux-Flow Oscillators and Cherenkov Radiation From Fast Moving Fluxons; E. Goldobin.
Detailed coverage of all aspects of microwave superconductivity: fundamentals, fabrication, measurement, components, circuits, cryogenic packaging and market potential. Both a graduate-level textbook and a reference for microwave engineers. Applications (with either active or passive circuit elements) include those at both liquid-helium and liquid-nitrogen temperatures. Topics covered include wireless communications, space-based cryoelectronics, SQUIDs and SQUID amplifiers, NMR and MRI coils, accelerator cavities, and Josephson flux-flow devices.
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