LIST OF FIGURES

2.1 Application tree of high Tc superconductivity
2.2 ISTEC timeline of technical product feasibility
2.3 Forecast of superconductivity sales opportunities

3.1 Japan's targets and developmental subjects for high Tc superconductors, 1988-2008

4.1 HTS application in wireless system
4.2 Frequency response of the 9-pole band pass filter
4.3 HTS filter system
4.4 Critical elements required for practical, high-performance, cryoelectronic microwave systems

5.1 Josephson hybrid system
5.2 U.S. progress in decreasing junction parameter spreads

6.1 Organization of MITI's Superconducting Sensor Laboratory
6.2 Objectives of the Superconducting Sensor Laboratory, 1989-95
6.3 Sumitomo's 32-channel SQUID
6.4 Magnetocardiogram measured by the array
6.5 Sumitomo Electric Industries' magnetometer
6.6 A SQUID multichannel MEG system under development by KIT and Yokogawa

7.1 Iwatani's brochure for pulse-tube cryocooler
7.2 Part of a commercial HTS wireless subsystem
7.3 Schematic of a 61-channel SQUID system; cryostat cross-section
7.4 Noise-cancelled signals of cardiogram taken with 32-channel SQUID system
7.5 ATP program hybrid switch system

9.1 ISTEC's role in Japan's superconductor activities, 1988-98
9.2 ISTEC budget, 1988-96
9.3 Organization, projects, and laboratories of ISTEC and SRL, Phase 1
9.4 SRL's large single crystal pulling furnace and a large YBCO single crystal
9.5 Japanese companies involved in SC, by industrial category
9.6 Japanese Government budget for superconductivity technology development compared to that of the United States, 1989-96
9.7 Japanese Government budget for superconductivity technology development
9.8 Prospects for HTS research and development in Japan


Published: August 1998; WTEC Hyper-Librarian