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|Title:||Logic devices based on inductive Josephson logics|
|Authors:||Loe, K.F. |
inductive logic device
|Source:||Loe, K.F.,Ohsawa, N.,Goto, E. (1988-12). Logic devices based on inductive Josephson logics. Journal of Superconductivity 1 (4) : 441-450. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00618600|
|Abstract:||Inductive Josephson logic (IJL) is realized by using Josephson junctions as a kind of nonlinear inductance. The operational principle of inductive Josephson logic is studied from a very simple example and generalized to multiple Josephson inductive logic devices. Concepts of forward and backward are introduced to describe the states of the operations. IJLs operate in terms of current or flux; they are suitable to be used in connection with other flux-control Josephson circuit devices such as DC SQUID or DCFP. Some circuit devices based on the principle of inductive Josephson logic are given as examples of IJL logic functions. © 1988 Plenum Publishing Corporation.|
|Source Title:||Journal of Superconductivity|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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