I am a physics student who works with NMR spin-based quantum computing, now branching into superconductor-based qubits. So I am reading lecture notes by Nathan K Langford and Steve Girvin. I can understand the sections on quantum mechanics, condensed matter physics, and quantum computation. But I am facing issues with the sections in Steve Girvin talking about experiential implementation using transmission lines, coplanar waveguides, electronic circuitry, etc., because of my lack of expertise in electronic engineering. Hence, I request reading resources containing information regarding the superconducting qubit's electronic engineering aspect that would enhance my understanding of the lecture notes. I really appreciate any help you can provide.
A Quantum Engineer’s Guide to Superconducting Qubits gives a nice overview of many aspects of current SC research. The bibliography is a good place to find more detailed info about specific topics.