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Published February 5, 2002 | Published
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SAMBA: Superconducting antenna-coupled, multi-frequency, bolometric array

Abstract

We present a design for a multipixel, multiband (100 GHz, 200 GHz and 400 GHz) submillimeter instrument: SAMBA (Superconducting Antenna-coupled, Multi-frequency, Bolometric Array). SAMBA uses slot antenna coupled bolometers and microstrip filters. The concept allows for a much more compact, multiband imager compared to a comparable feedhorn-coupled bolometric system. SAMBA incorporates an array of slot antennas, superconducting transmission lines, a wide band multiplexer and superconducting transition edge bolometers. The transition-edge film measures the millimeter-wave power deposited in the resistor that terminates the transmission line.

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© 2002 American Institute of Physics. Issue Date: 5 February 2002. This research was supported by NASA grant NAG5-10317. Alexey Goldin is supported by NRC Associateship stipendary award.

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