JOURNAL OF SUPERCONDUCTIVITY AND NOVEL MAGNETISM 22, 331 (2009)
P. Rödiger, P. Esquinazi and N. García
We show that the voltage drop of specially prepared normal-superconducting-normal nanostructures show Andreev oscillations as a function of magnetic field or input current. These oscillations are due to the interference of the electron wave function between the normal parts of the structure that act as reflective interfaces, i.e. our devices behave as a Fabry–Perot interferometer for conduction electrons. The observed oscillations and field periods are well explained by theory.