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DC electrical response and impedance change induced by a microwave signal in a patterned ferromagnetic wire - art. no. 703607

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JournalSECOND INTERNATION CONFERENCE ON IMAGE AND GRAPHICS, PTS 1 AND 2
DatePublished - 2008
Volume7036
Number of pages15
Pages (from-to)3607-3607
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

We investigate the impedance and direct-current (DC) electric response induced by ferromagnetic resonance (FMR) in a single layered ferromagnetic wire. The impedance difference in the FMR state rectifies part of the radio-frequency (RF) current and induces the DC voltage. The impedance measurement using a vector network analyzer reveals the characteristics of the rectifying effect. A phenomenological model interpreting the impedance changes derived from the magnetization precession is proposed. The rectifying effect lies in the ability to demodulate the RF signal for wireless mobile communications.

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  • rectification, ferromagnetic resonance, impedance, ferromagnetic wire, SPIN-WAVE RESONANCE, MAGNETIC TUNNEL-JUNCTIONS, BOUNDARY-CONDITIONS, TRANSFER-TORQUE, FILMS, FIELD, PERMALLOY, GUIDES

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