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Placing an inductor in series with the center junction of a three- junction
current-injection device improves the margins and overdrive.
The inductively balanced three-junction current-injection device with the
center inductor is shown in the figure, where M is the number of center junctions.
The value of the center inductor is L/M, so at the center node the current splits in
proportion to the number of junctions in each branch. The value of L is chosen
such that for the device with the lowest value of I/0/, I/0/(min), the I/m0/ (the
maximum current injected into I/A/ or I/B/ alone without the device switching) is a
maximum. The I/m0/ = (M+2)xI/0/(min) for L = D/0/ / (M+2)xI/0/(min)^, where I/0/
is the flux quantum, and all junctions in the device are equal.
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