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Amplitude and Phase Noise of Magnons.

@article{Rumyantsev2019AmplitudeAP,
  title={Amplitude and Phase Noise of Magnons.},
  author={Sergey Rumyantsev and Michael Balinskiy and Fariborz Kargar and Alexander G. Khitun and Alexander A. Balandin},
  journal={arXiv: Applied Physics},
  year={2019}
}
The low-frequency amplitude and phase noise spectra of magnetization waves, i.e. magnons, was measured in the yttrium iron garnet (YIG) waveguides. This type of noise, which originates from the fluctuations of the physical properties of the YIG crystals, has to be taken into account in the design of YIG-based RF generators and magnonic devices for data processing, sensing and imaging applications. It was found that the amplitude noise level of magnons depends strongly on the power level… 

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