Ryan Oliver

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Overcoming the challenges of cryogenic magnetic field measurements

With the growth in use, complexity, and strength of superconducting magnets, the need to characterize the fields they produce is growing as well. There are a multitude of complicating factors that [...]

Why is my dilution refrigerator not getting to base temperature?

As dilution refrigerator (DR) designs enable temperatures that edge ever closer to absolute zero, the ability to accurately achieve and measure base temperatures becomes an increasing challenge.

CAD models now available for our temperature sensors

Given how small some cryogenic spaces can be, it’s often helpful to model the structure before starting the build. Over the years, we’ve received many requests from people looking for models of our [...]

Case study on investigation of planar Hall effect in a cryogenic environment

The Quantum Sensors Group at Cambridge University develops ultra-sensitive superconducting detectors to detect radiation across the electromagnetic spectrum. To examine the effects of magnetic fields [...]

Save time and money testing complex magnets

As magnet assemblies continue to increase in complexity, QC operations also increase in difficulty if field values need to be assessed at multiple locations around the assembly. Off-the-shelf field [...]

Model 372 used in characterization of ultra-quantum metal

The Model 372 AC resistance bridge has become the global instrument of choice for dilution refrigerator temperature monitoring and control. Did you know that the 372 is also suited to accurately and [...]

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