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Studies of chaos and thermal noise in a driven Josephson Junction using an electronic analog

Pegrum, C. and Gurney, William and Nisbet, R.M. (1989) Studies of chaos and thermal noise in a driven Josephson Junction using an electronic analog. IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 25 (2). pp. 1404-1407. ISSN 0018-9464

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Abstract

Using an electronic analog of a resistively shunted driven Josephson junction, the authors have demonstrated a number of effects, including the appearance of a devil's staircase in the current-voltage characteristic, the onset of chaos, and the effect of noise on these phenomena. It is stressed that the analog is simple, but models the junction behavior with a high degree of accuracy and detail