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Complex permeability of demagnetized microwave ferrites near and above gyromagnetic resonance

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2 Author(s)
J. Krupka ; Instytut Mikroelektroniki i Optoelektroniki, Warsaw Poly., Poland ; R. G. Geyer

A wide variety of microwave ferrite phase-shifting materials have been measured in the demagnetized state. The relative magnetic permeability and loss factor were determined near and above natural gyromagnetic resonance using H011 cylindrical dielectric ring resonators. These low-loss dielectric sleeves were dimensioned for accurate magnetic property measurements of single ferrite rod samples at logarithmically sampled resonant frequencies from 2 GHz to 25 GHz. Permeability and magnetic loss factor are computed from the measured resonant frequencies and Q factors of these resonators, with and without the ferrite sample, using exact eigenvalue equations. Generally, the real part of the complex magnetic permeability increases with decreasing saturation magnetization, while the magnetic loss factor increases nonlinearly with increasing saturation. Schloemann's theoretical model for the real part of initial permeability of a cylindrically symmetric domain configuration in the completely demagnetized state shows excellent agreement with measured data when 2πγμs/ω<0.75. The data allow design optimization of circulators and dual-mode and polarization-insensitive phasers, which are widely used in antenna array systems

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IEEE Transactions on Magnetics  (Volume:32 ,  Issue: 3 )