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Cavity magnomechanics with surface acoustic waves

@inproceedings{Hatanaka2021CavityMW,
  title={Cavity magnomechanics with surface acoustic waves},
  author={D. Hatanaka and Motoki Asano and Hajime Okamoto and Yoji Kunihashi and Haruki Sanada and Hiroshi Yamaguchi},
  year={2021}
}
Magnons, namely spin waves, are collective spin excitations in ferromagnets [1], and their control through coupling with other excitations is a key technology for future hybrid spintronic devices [2–9]. Although strong coupling has been demonstrated with microwave photonic structures, an alternative approach permitting high density integration and minimized electromagnetic crosstalk is required. Here we report a planar cavity magnomechanical system, where the cavity of surface acoustic waves… Expand

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