Effect of inductive and capacitive coupling on the current-voltage characteristic and electromagnetic radiation from a system of Josephson junctionsстатья

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[1] Effect of inductive and capacitive coupling on the current-voltage characteristic and electromagnetic radiation from a system of josephson junctions / I. R. Rahmonov, Y. M. Shukrinov, P. K. Atanasova et al. // Journal of Experimental and Theoretical Physics. — 2017. — Vol. 124, no. 1. — P. 131–138. We have studied the current-voltage characteristic of a system of long Josephson junctions taking into account the inductive and capacitive coupling. The dependence of the average time derivative of the phase difference on the bias current and spatiotemporal dependences of the phase difference and magnetic field in each junction are considered. The possibility of branching of the current-voltage characteristic in the region of zero field step, which is associated with different numbers of fluxons in individual Josephson junctions, is demonstrated. The current-voltage characteristic of the system of Josephson junctions is compared with the case of a single junction, and it is shown that the observed branching is due to coupling between the junctions. The intensity of electromagnetic radiation associated with motion of fluxons is calculated, and the effect of coupling between junctions on the radiation power is analyzed. [ DOI ]

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