The article discusses the results of efficiency improvement of wide-range nickel-zinc ferrites by increasing the role of the dielectric subsystem in the formation of radio-wave absorbing properties of material due to the action of technological factors. The influence of doping additives and gas conditions of furnace atmosphere within sintering on absorption of electromagnetic waves has been studied. The efficiency of sintering of nickel-zinc ferrites in the atmosphere with adjustable partial oxygen pressure aimed at increasing the dielectric permeability of material has been confirmed. A model is proposed, which explains the increase in losses within the sintering of ferrites in a reducing atmosphere.
Russian Microelectronics – Springer Journals
Published: Nov 17, 2012
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