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TOC Alert for Publication# 20 2019April 22<![CDATA[Front cover]]>555C1C1241<![CDATA[IEEE Transactions on Magnetics publication information]]>555C2C282<![CDATA[Table of contents]]>55512202<![CDATA[Influence of DC-Biased Magnetic Induction on Magnetic Property of Silicon Steel]]>555172202<![CDATA[Fabrication of Ferrite-Coated Magnetic Fe–Mn–Si–Cr–Ni Alloy Utilizing Selective Oxidation of Mn Element]]>555174270<![CDATA[REACT: Read/Write Error Rate Aware Coding Technique for Emerging STT-MRAM Caches]]>read disturbance and write failure. Both read disturbance and write failure, which cause a soft error in the cache cells, have an asymmetric behavior. Read disturbance occurs only in STT-MRAM cells storing “1” value, and write failure error rate in a $0rightarrow 1$ transition is much higher than that in a $1rightarrow 0$ transition. In this paper, we propose Read/write Error-rate Aware Coding Technique (REACT) to improve the reliability of the emerging STT-MRAM caches. REACT decreases the read disturbance and write failure rates by reducing the total number of “1”s and $0rightarrow 1$ transitions on a cache block update. Our simulation results show that REACT reduces the probability of read disturbance and write failure up to 58% and 71%, respectively. These improvements are achieved by imposing negligible area, power, and performance overheads (less than 1%).]]>555181364<![CDATA[Power-Efficient Spin-Torque Nano-Oscillator-Based Wireless Communication With CMOS High-Gain Low-Noise Transmitter and Receiver]]>2, including all of the pads, respectively. The proposed system achieves the highest data rate with the lowest power consumption compared to those of the previous state-of-the-art STNO-based wireless communication systems.]]>5551102228<![CDATA[Fast Ignitron-Based Magnetic Field Pulser for Biological Applications]]>555151702<![CDATA[Demagnetizing Effects and Correction in Permeameter Measurements of Soft Magnetic Cylinders]]>$H_{d}$ produced by local magnetic poles around the ends of soft magnetic cylinders magnetized in International Electrotechnical Commission type-B permeameter is studied experimentally along the major hysteresis loop $M(H)$ . The usual relation of $H_{d}=-N_{p}M$ is shown to be valid with a positive demagnetizing factor $N_{p} < 0.0003$ , but at $Hsim pm H_{cJ}$ , the intrinsic coercivity, the action of $H_{d}$ is anomalously characterized by an oscillation of $N_{p}$ from $-infty $ to $infty $ at $H=pm H_{cJ}$ with increasing $vert Hvert $ , owing to a local decrease of differential reluctance in the cylinder around where the maximum differential susceptibility occurs. These unusual demagnetizing effects make the $M(H)$ measured at high $vert Hvert $ be rather accurate with often presented significant error at $Hsim pm H_{cJ}$ . Having an over-large measured $H_{cJ}$ , this error is systematic, and it may be corrected with a shift in $H_{cJ}$ and a residual demagnetizing factor $Delta N_{p} < 0.0001$ , if compared to demagnetizing corrected solenoid measurements of the same cylinders of large length-to-diameter ratio.]]>5551101749<![CDATA[Characterization of Defects on Ferromagnetic Tubes Using Magnetic Flux Leakage]]>5551101883<![CDATA[The Localization of Buried Objects in the Soil Using an RFID Tag: Protocol Description and Parameter Estimation With the Model of the Oscillating Magnetic Field in Media]]>Appendix A). In this paper, we calculate the precision of the estimation of the burying depth of the tag in terms of the standard deviation and the corresponding bias up to two uncertain parameters—the penetration depth and the activation field. The laboratory experiments provide results supporting the chosen model.]]>5551161481<![CDATA[Mixed Finite-Element Method for 3-D Closed Cavity Problem With Anisotropic and Lossy Media]]>55516461<![CDATA[Circuit-Field Coupling and Magnetic-Thermal Coupling Analysis of RRF Converter Designed With Magnetic Integration]]>555182110<![CDATA[Influence of Stator and Rotor Pole Number Combinations on the Electromagnetic Performance of Stator Slot-Opening PM Hybrid-Excited Machine]]>5551104224<![CDATA[Family Phenomenon in Electric Machine Winding MMF Space Harmonics: Attribution and Applications]]>5551101293<![CDATA[Analytical Energy-Based Approaches for Cogging Torque Calculation in Surface-Mounted PM Motors]]>5551103763<![CDATA[Rotary-Linear Switched Reluctance Motor: Analytical and Finite-Element Modeling]]>5551103177<![CDATA[IEEE Magnetics Society Information]]>555C3C382<![CDATA[IEEE Transactions on Magnetics Institutional Listings]]>555C4C4506