Pulse Propagation on a Superconductive Neuristor.
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WISCONSIN UNIV MADISON MATHEMATICS RESEARCH CENTER
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Both analytic study and experimental investigations on an electronic analog are presented which indicate the unstable nature of Parmentiers traveling wave pulse on a superconductive neuristor. In the vicinity of a critical bias level, the pulse is almost stable in the sense that pulse distortion over a finite distance can be made arbitrarily small by adjusting the bias to be sufficiently close to the critical value. It is also shown that the strength-duration curve for threshold excitation can be obtained by equating input magnetic flux to that of Parmentiers pulse. Finally an R - T junction has been realized by resistive coupling of two neuristor lines and used to introduce a circulating pulse onto a storage ring.
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