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Design and Testing of Kinetic Inductance Detectors Made of Titanium Nitride

Authors
  • Diener, P.
  • Leduc, H. G.
  • Yates, S. J. C.
  • Lankwarden, Y. J. Y.
  • Baselmans, J. J. A.
Type
Preprint
Publication Date
Sep 17, 2013
Submission Date
Sep 17, 2013
Identifiers
DOI: 10.1007/s10909-012-0484-z
Source
arXiv
License
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Abstract

To use highly resistive material for Kinetic Inductance Detectors (KID), new designs have to be done, in part due to the impedance match needed between the KID chip and the whole 50 ohms readout circuit. Chips from two new hybrid designs, with an aluminum throughline coupled to titanium nitride microresonators, have been measured and compared to a TiN only chip. In the hybrid chips, parasitic temperature dependent box resonances are absent. The dark KID properties have been measured in a large set of resonators. A surprisingly long lifetime, up to 5.6 ms is observed in a few KIDs. For the other more reproducible devices, the mean electrical Noise Equivalent Power is 5.4 10-19 W.Hz1/2.

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