Physics & Computer Science
A circuit is described which functions as a precision electronic analog of a resistively shunted, capacitive Josephson junction. This design offers significant improvements over earlier simulators, particularly because no analog switches are required, and also because high performance op-amps have been matched to the demands of the circuit. The junction analog is used to generate I-V curves, and to model the dynamics when an abrupt bias pulse is applied. The simulator is shown to be very accurate when tested against numerical solutions for the same systems.
Blackburn, James A., "Circuit for Precision Simulation of a Capacitive Josephson Junction" (2007). Physics and Computer Science Faculty Publications. 41.