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Electrical tuning of dispersion characteristics of surface electromagnetic-spin waves propagating in ferrite-ferroelectric layered structures

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5 Author(s)
V. E. Demidov ; Dept. of Electron-Ion Process. of Solids, St. Petersburg Electrotech. Univ., Russia ; B. A. Kalinikos ; S. F. Karmanenko ; A. A. Semenov
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Electrical tuning of dispersion characteristics has been studied experimentally for hybrid surface electromagnetic-spin waves propagating perpendicularly to the direction of the static magnetization in tangentially magnetized layered structures containing ferrite and ferroelectric layers. The tuning is realized through the variation of the dielectric constant of the ferroelectric layer by changing the applied electric field. A comparison between experimentally measured and theoretically calculated dispersion characteristics is presented and shows a good agreement.

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IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques  (Volume:51 ,  Issue: 10 )