We have studied granular films consisting of nanoscale Ga droplets formed on GaAs films via a method of vacuum annealing to promote As evaporation. For temperatures and magnetic fields below the bulk Ga critical parameters, the samples are very sensitive towards external microwave radiation when two point voltage measurements are performed. Together with the observation of an oscillating magnetic field dependence of the voltage, a scenario in which the samples consist of Josephson-coupled loops seems to be the most likely one for explaining the obtained results. © 2008 Springer.
Willems, B. L., Taylor, D. M. J., Fritzsche, J., Malfait, M., Vanacken, J., Moshchalkov, V. V., Montoya, E., & Van Tendeloo, G. (2008). Temperature and magnetic field dependence of the voltagein GaAs films with superconducting Ga grains. European Physical Journal B, 25-28. https://doi.org/10.1140/epjb/e2008-00386-3