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Superconducting microwave parts having a package, three substrates, and line and grounding conductors










Image Number 4 for United States Patent #5504059.

There is disclosed a superconducting microwave component including a first substrate of a dielectric material with a conductor line of an oxide superconductor formed in a required pattern on the surface, a second substrate of a dielectric with a grounding conductor of an oxide superconductor formed on the surface, and a third substrate of a dielectric which is laid on the first and the second substrates, with the third substrate sandwiched between the first and the second substrates.








 
 
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