Since many years, superconductive tunnel junction devices have been widely investigated in the context of energy spectroscopy. High-resolution detectors for energy spectroscopy have been realized based on the single particle tunneling. On the other hand, the Josephson effect offers a very powerful tool for the design of proper detector configurations and an intrinsic potential for fast-response detectors to the radiation interaction. The present paper deals with this last issue discussing the underlying physical aspects and potential performance of such devices. (C) 2002 Elsevier Science B.V. All rights reserved.

Achievements and potential of the Josephson effect in new superconducting devices

PARLATO, LOREDANA;PELUSO, GIUSEPPE;PEPE, GIOVANNI PIERO;
2002

Abstract

Since many years, superconductive tunnel junction devices have been widely investigated in the context of energy spectroscopy. High-resolution detectors for energy spectroscopy have been realized based on the single particle tunneling. On the other hand, the Josephson effect offers a very powerful tool for the design of proper detector configurations and an intrinsic potential for fast-response detectors to the radiation interaction. The present paper deals with this last issue discussing the underlying physical aspects and potential performance of such devices. (C) 2002 Elsevier Science B.V. All rights reserved.
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