Thermal control of the magnon-photon coupling in a notch filter coupled to a yttrium iron garnet/platinum system

Thermal control of the magnon-photon coupling in a notch filter coupled to a yttrium iron... We report thermal control of mode hybridization between the ferromagnetic resonance and a planar resonator (notch filter) working at 4.74 GHz. The chosen magnetic material is a ferrimagnetic insulator (yttrium iron garnet: YIG) covered by 6 nm of platinum (Pt). A current-induced heating method has been used in order to enhance the temperature of the YIG/Pt system. The device permits us to control the transmission spectra and the magnon-photon coupling strength at room temperature. These experimental findings reveal a potentially applicable tunable microwave filtering function. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Physical Review B American Physical Society (APS)

Thermal control of the magnon-photon coupling in a notch filter coupled to a yttrium iron garnet/platinum system

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Thermal control of the magnon-photon coupling in a notch filter coupled to a yttrium iron garnet/platinum system

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We report thermal control of mode hybridization between the ferromagnetic resonance and a planar resonator (notch filter) working at 4.74 GHz. The chosen magnetic material is a ferrimagnetic insulator (yttrium iron garnet: YIG) covered by 6 nm of platinum (Pt). A current-induced heating method has been used in order to enhance the temperature of the YIG/Pt system. The device permits us to control the transmission spectra and the magnon-photon coupling strength at room temperature. These experimental findings reveal a potentially applicable tunable microwave filtering function.
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The American Physical Society
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Copyright © ©2017 American Physical Society
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1098-0121
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1550-235X
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10.1103/PhysRevB.96.064407
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Abstract

We report thermal control of mode hybridization between the ferromagnetic resonance and a planar resonator (notch filter) working at 4.74 GHz. The chosen magnetic material is a ferrimagnetic insulator (yttrium iron garnet: YIG) covered by 6 nm of platinum (Pt). A current-induced heating method has been used in order to enhance the temperature of the YIG/Pt system. The device permits us to control the transmission spectra and the magnon-photon coupling strength at room temperature. These experimental findings reveal a potentially applicable tunable microwave filtering function.

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Physical Review BAmerican Physical Society (APS)

Published: Aug 7, 2017

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