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Optical heterodyne imaging of magnons in 1D magnonic crystals

@inproceedings{Baba2019OpticalHI,
  title={Optical heterodyne imaging of magnons in 1D magnonic crystals},
  author={Shotaro Baba and Yosuke Nakata and Y. Ito and Ryusuke Hisatomi and Y. Nakamura and Koji Usami},
  year={2019}
}
Periodic modulation of magnetic permeability by artificial structures called magnonic crystals results in modifying the band structures of magnetostatic modes. Magnonic crystal could be leveraged to manipulate propagation and localization of magnons in those modes. To facilitate further development of magnonic crystals we demonstrate a real-space imaging technique utilizing heterodyne detection of light that is scattered by coherently driven magnons in magnetostatic modes. This method is used… Expand

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