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Magneto-optical current sensor by domain wall motion in orthoferrites

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Didosyan, Yuri S. ; Inst. of Metrol. Service of Gosstand. of Russia, Moscow, Russia ; Hauser, Hans ; Nicolics, J. ; Barash, V.Y.
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A brief review of the latest developments on optical current measurements based on the Faraday effect is presented. In all existing magneto-optical current transformers, the main measured parameter is the polarization state of the light transmitted by a sensor element. A new transformer is described by means of new results concerning the domain wall excitation. The measured parameter is the geometrical position of the boundary between domains with opposite magnetizations. In a wide frequency band, including DC currents, the measurement results are a linear function of the measured current. They are not affected by temperature changes and mechanical factors

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Instrumentation and Measurement, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:49 ,  Issue: 1 )

Date of Publication:

Feb 2000

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