Electrical spectroscopy of forward volume spin waves in perpendicularly magnetized materials

  title={Electrical spectroscopy of forward volume spin waves in perpendicularly magnetized materials},
  author={Manu Sushruth and Mat{\'i}as Grassi and K. Aitoukaci and Daniel Stoeffler and Yves Henry and Daniel Lacour and Michel Hehn and Umesh Kumar Bhaskar and Matthieu Bailleul and Thibaut Devolder and J.-P. Adam},
  journal={arXiv: Mesoscale and Nanoscale Physics},
We study the potential of all-electrical inductive techniques for the spectroscopy of propagating forward volume spin waves. We develop a one-dimensional model to account for the electrical signature of spin-wave reflection and transmission between inductive antennas and validate it with experiments on a perpendicularly magnetized Co/Ni multilayer. We describe the influence of the antenna geometry and antenna-to-antenna separation, as well as that of the material parameters on the lineshape of… 

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