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The resistance at 77K, -10 80, corresponds to a resistivity of 4 x 1090cm . This value is much higher than that needed for most applications. The excellent electrical characteristics of the crossover are due to the fact that each film grows epitaxially, as demonstrated by high resolution transmission electron microscopy . To investigate the properties of superconducting contacts, the same workers also fabricated cross-strips of YBCO with no intervening insulating layer. Despite the need to expose the first film to the atmosphere to change masks, there was no difficulty in obtaining contacts with high critical currents.
J. KINGSTON, and F. C. H. S. , 969 West Maude Avenue, Sunnyvale, CA 94086, USA ABSTRACT A complete microelectronics technology based on high-transition temperature superconducting thin films requires two key components: a reproducible Josephson weak link and a multilayer process for interconnects. Although many kinds of weak link have been studied, none is yet satisfactory for circuits involving more than a few elements. On the other hand, a viable interconnect technology has been developed in which two YBa2Cu307-x films may be either electrically isolated or connected via a superconducting contact.