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## Geometry dependence of two-level-system noise and loss in a - Si C

### H parallel-plate capacitors for superconducting microwave resonators

Parallel-plate capacitors (PPC) significantly reduce the size of superconducting microwave resonators, reducing the pixel pitch for arrays of single-photon energy-resolving kinetic inductance detectors (KIDs). The frequency noise of KIDs is typically limited by tunneling two-l ...

## Geometry dependence of two-level-system noise and loss in a - Si C

### H parallel-plate capacitors for superconducting microwave resonators

Parallel-plate capacitors (PPC) significantly reduce the size of superconducting microwave resonators, reducing the pixel pitch for arrays of single-photon energy-resolving kinetic inductance detectors (KIDs). The frequency noise of KIDs is typically limited by tunneling two-l ...

## Geometry dependence of two-level-system noise and loss in a - Si C

### H parallel-plate capacitors for superconducting microwave resonators

Parallel-plate capacitors (PPC) significantly reduce the size of superconducting microwave resonators, reducing the pixel pitch for arrays of single-photon energy-resolving kinetic inductance detectors (KIDs). The frequency noise of KIDs is typically limited by tunneling two-l ...

## Geometry dependence of two-level-system noise and loss in a - Si C

### H parallel-plate capacitors for superconducting microwave resonators

## Geometry dependence of two-level-system noise and loss in a - Si C

### H parallel-plate capacitors for superconducting microwave resonators

Aims. Future actively cooled space-borne observatories for the far-infrared, loosely defined as a 1-10 THz band, can potentially reach a sensitivity limited only by background radiation from the Universe. This will result in an increase in observing speed of many orders of mag ...

A noiseless, photon-counting detector, which resolves the energy of each photon, could radically change astronomy, biophysics, and quantum optics. Superconducting detectors promise an intrinsic resolving power at visible wavelengths of R=E/δE≈100 due to their low excitation en ...

Kinetic inductance detectors (KIDs) are superconducting energy-resolving detectors, sensitive to single photons from the near-infrared to ultraviolet. We study a hybrid KID design consisting of a β-phase tantalum (β-Ta) inductor and a Nb-Ti-N interdigitated capacitor. The devi ...

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