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Design and characterization of ion-implanted tracks for 16 Mbit/cm2storage density bubble memory devices

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3 Author(s)
Sato, T. ; Central Research Laboratory, Hitachi, Ltd., Kokubunji, Tokyo, Japan ; Ikeda, T. ; Suzuki, R.

The ion-implanted propagation tracks with contiguous disk patterns (CD tracks) have been confirmed to be better for high density propagation tracks (≥ 16 Mbit/cm2) than those with snake patterns (snake tracks), because of less interactions between bubbles on the other side in the same track. The CD tracks with 1.8 µm × 2.0 µm cell size for 0.5 µm bubbles have been evaluated. The large operating bias field margin of 12.4 percent is obtained at the quasi-static operation with rotating field HRof 60 Oe. The minimum rotating field is 40 Oe. Interdigital folded minor loops are proposed and operated. The proposed minor loops are composed of straight propagation tracks connected alternately to relax the in-side turns. The overall operating margin of 8.4 percent (46 Oe) is obtained at HR= 60 Oe. The feasibility of 16 Mbit/cm2storage density bubble memory devices is confirmed.

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Magnetics, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:22 ,  Issue: 3 )