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Amorphous Fiber Core Head with Low Power Dissipation for Magnetic Field Modulation on Magneto-Optic Recording

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1 Author(s)
Nagaki, T. ; Sony Res. Center.

CoFeSiB system soft magnetic amorphous fiber with an as-drawn diameter of about 10 ¿m (AMFD) exhibits a unique B-H loop in the MHz range. We determined that if the AMFD core is used at about 1 kG at 1 MHz, the core loss is extremely low (1.7 J/m3), although the permeability is also low (200). We designed and fabricated a magnetic head employing an AFMD core for magneto-optical recording by magnetic field modulation, with an AMFD bundle center core piece 1 mm in diameter. Comparison of the AMFD core head with a conventional ferrite head shows that losses in the former are about 60% of those in the latter, under the same conditions of magnetic field and inductance.

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Magnetics in Japan, IEEE Translation Journal on  (Volume:5 ,  Issue: 4 )

Date of Publication:

April 1990

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