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Optoelectrical study of bubble propagation in field access devices

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5 Author(s)
Il'yashenko, E.I. ; Institute of Control Sciences, Moscow, USSR ; Matveyev, S. ; Karmatskiy, N. ; Parinov, Y.E.
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Bubble propagation on several field access structures is studied with an optoelectrical method. Measurements were performed with a 40-Oe, 10-kHz rotating field on closed-loop shift registers that were fabricated on Bi-substituted garnet films having either 7 μm or 2.7 μm bubbles. The effect of increasing the interelement gap for several nonsymmetrical structures is discussed.

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Magnetics, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:15 ,  Issue: 4 )