[volt-nuts] Homebrew JJ voltage standard
scottr9 at yahoo.com
Thu Sep 9 19:18:09 UTC 2010
All of the talk of homebrew masers on time-nuts lately made me curious about the feasibility of a homebrew Josephson-junction voltage standard.
It would seem that there are two large stumbling blocks: the junction array itself and the liquid helium temperatures. Is it at all possible to create the array at home or purchase one for a reasonable sum? Has there been any recent developments that allow for operation at higher temperatures (say, using liquid nitrogen that one might have a chance at using (or making: http://benkrasnow.blogspot.com/2008/08/diy-liquid-nitrogen-generator.html) at home)?
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