Microwave Power Absorption by Microwires Under Tensile Stress
Abstract:Amorphous magnetic microwires absorb microwave energy due to the ferromagnetic microwave resonance. This effect has been shown to depend on several factors, including applied tensile stress along the wire. In this paper we show how the microwires can modulate microwaves under a low frequency alternating magnetic field and how this modulation decreases with increasing tensile stress, while the anisotropy field increases.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: June 1, 2009
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