Current-induced resonance in ferromagnet-antiferromagnet junctions

  title={Current-induced resonance in ferromagnet-antiferromagnet junctions},
  author={Yu. V. Gulyaev and Peter E. Zilberman and V. D. Kotov and Gennady M. Mikhailov and S. G. Chigarev and {\'E}. M. {\'E}pshteǐn},
  journal={Journal of Communications Technology and Electronics},
The response of a ferromagnet-antiferromagnet junction to a high-frequency magnetic field is calculated as a function of the spin-polarized current density through the junction. Conditions are chosen under which the response is zero in absence of such a current. It is shown that increasing in the current density leads to proportional increase in the resonance frequency and resonant absorption. A principal possibility is indicated of using ferromagnet-antiferromagnet junction as a terahertz… 
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