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|Title: ||Modeling and Optimization of a High-Tc Hot-Electron Superconducting Mixer for Terahertz Applicaitons|
|Authors: ||Karasik, B. S.|
McGrath, W. R.
Gaidis, M. C.
Burns, M. J.
Kleinsasser, A. W.
Delin, K. A.
Vasquez, R. P.
|Issue Date: ||Dec-1996 |
|Citation: ||University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, USA|
|Abstract: ||The development of a YBa<sub>2</sub>Cu<sub>3</sub>O<sub>7-(Kronecker delta)</sub>(YBCO) hot-electron bolometer (HEB) quasioptical mixer for a 2.5 heterodyne receiver is discussed. The modeled device is a submicron bridge made from a 10 nm thick film on a high thermal conductance substrate. The mixer performance expected for this device is analyzed in the framework of a two-temperature model which includes heating both of the electrons and the lattice. Also, the contribution of heat diffusion from the film through the substrate and from the film to the normal metal contacts is evaluated....a single sideband temperature of less than 2000k is predicted.|
|Appears in Collections:||JPL TRS 1992+|
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