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