New antennas have been created in Russia for stable communication with the Arctic and Antarctic

Based on quantum superconducting lattices The press service of Moscow State University (MSU) reported that university scientists have developed new antennas based on quantum superconducting lattices, capable of providing stable communications with remote regions such as the Arctic and Antarctic. These antennas are also designed for data transmission in space. DiscussNew antennas have been created in Russia for stable communication with the Arctic and Antarctic

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The designs proposed by specialists make it possible to transmit and process broadband high-frequency signals using digital filtering. They also include bi-squids, which ensure high linearity of conversion of the magnetic signal into voltage, the university press service added.

Experimental data have shown that atmospheric and other noises do not have a significant effect on the ability to receive the signal by the antenna. These results will make it possible to formulate principles for constructing superconducting telecommunication systems for reliable communication with remote regions and objects in space.

The scientists' research was published in the journal Physica C: Superconductivity and its Applications.


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