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Nonreciprocal Properties of Vacuum-Deposited InSb Films at 87 GHz (Short Papers)

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Room-temperature measurernetits were taken at 87 GHz on isolators fabricated by using thin vacuum-deposited hot-wire-recrystallized InSb films in both the Faraday-rotation mode and the field-displacement mode. In the Faraday-rotation mode, an insertion loss of 9 dB, a nonreciprocity of 10 dB, and an isolation of 19 dB were obtained in an external magnetic field of 8 kOe.

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Microwave Theory and Techniques, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:22 ,  Issue: 10 )