High temperature superconducting antenna coil (HTS Antenna coil)

Made:
1997 in Birmingham
maker:
University of Birmingham. Functional Materials Group

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(1997-518) High temperature superconducting (HTS) antenna coil, has lower losses than conventional conductors. It can
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High temperature superconducting (HTS) antenna coil, 1997, University of Birmingham.

High temperature superconducting (HTS) antenna coil, has lower losses than conventional conductors. It can be used for rf and microwave applications, including microwave filters used for mobile phones. It is made from a thick film of YBa2Cu3Ox deposited on a polyxalline ceramic substrate (zirconia)

Details

Category:
Ceramics
Object Number:
1997-518
Materials:
ybco, zirconia
type:
coil
status:
Permanent collection

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