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4 January 1994 Spectrum analysis of the polharmonic microwave signals of millimeter waveband with the use of the Josephson junction
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For the purpose of studying the microwave parameters of the thermonuclear plasma, radioastronomic applications, etc., wide-band high-sensitive high-speed spectrum analyzers, radiometers, and receivers are required which operate in the frequency range of 50 - 300 GHz and higher. The existing techniques have a number of disadvantages. Thus, the high-speed heterodyne receivers are rather narrow-band ones, therefore, to cover the whole millimeter- wave band, complex multichannel systems should be designed. On the other hand, the wide- band Fourier spectrometers are very inertial and complex systems and have great losses in the long-wave portion of the millimeter-wave band.
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Serguey Y. Larkin, Serguei E. Anischenko, S. P. Korotkevich, P. V. Khabayev, and Sergei V. Korsunsky "Spectrum analysis of the polharmonic microwave signals of millimeter waveband with the use of the Josephson junction", Proc. SPIE 2156, High Tc Microwave Superconductors and Applications, (4 January 1994); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.166160
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