MIDIT OFD CATS Modelling, Nonlinear Dynamics Optics and Fluid Dynamics Chaos and Turbulence Studies and Irreversible Thermodynamics Risø National Laboratory Niels Bohr Institute and Technical University of Denmark Building 128 Department of Chemistry Building 321 P.O. Box 49 University of Copenhagen DK-2800 Lyngby DK-4000 Roskilde DK-2100 Copenhagen Ø Denmark Denmark Denmark
by Sergey Shitov
Institute of Radio Engineering and Electronics
Russian Academy of Sciences (IREE RAS)
Moscow 103907, Russia
Wednesday May 19, 1999, 14.00 h
at MIDIT, IMM Building 305, room 027
Abstract: The concept of a compact and extremely low-power consuming Superconducting Integrated Receiver is being studied for 7 years. The initial idea has been realized in 1992 by integration of FFO with a SIS mixer into the sensitive mm-wave waveguide receiver with internal LO at about 150 GHz. To take most advantages of the integrated circuit technology, the series of quasioptical integrated lens-antenna receivers has been designed and tested in sub-mm wave range (400-700 GHz) including 9-pixel Imaging Array Receiver at 500 GHz. Looking forward to a new generation of more complex superconducting receiving devices which can hopefully be operated in conjunction with RSFQ processors, a number of RF components such as a variable microwave attenuator, RF SQUID-amplifier, SIS harmonic mixer and SIS multiplier are developed or are under extensive development. Recent success in phase-locking of FFO at 270-440 GHz opens very good prospects on practical implementation of Integrated Receivers for both radio astronomy and laboratory use.