Advantages of nonlinear giant magnetoimpedance for sensor applications

@inproceedings{Kurlyandskaya2003AdvantagesON,
  title={Advantages of nonlinear giant magnetoimpedance for sensor applications},
  author={Galina V. Kurlyandskaya and Alfredo Garc{\'i}a-Arribas and Jos{\'e} Manuel Barandiar{\'a}n},
  year={2003}
}
Abstract Extremely high, nonlinear magnetoimpedance (MI) effect, up to 1200% at a frequency of 4 MHz, was found and studied in an Fe 20 Ni 64 Co 16 /Cu 97 Be 3 electroplated wire. The measurements were performed in a high quality system that allows to measure simultaneously the amplitude of the most significant harmonics generated by the sample. 

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