Physics & Computer Science
A system composed of two Josephson junctions connected by a transmission line has been studied by means of electronic analog simulation. Under external current bias, the resistive component of the coupling induces frequency locking between the two junctions at commensurate ratios. The resonant modes of the transmission line give rise to steps in the I-V characteristics of the system.
Smith, H.J.T.; Blackburn, James A.; and Grønbech-Jensen, Niels, "Dynamical Properties of Josephson Junctions Coupled by a Transmission Line" (1993). Physics and Computer Science Faculty Publications. 42.
This article was originally published in Journal of Applied Physics, 74(8): 5101-5107. © 1993 American Institute of Physics