Reconfigurable submicrometer spin-wave majority gate with electrical transducers.

  title={Reconfigurable submicrometer spin-wave majority gate with electrical transducers.},
  author={Giacomo Talmelli and Thibaut Devolder and Nick Tr{\"a}ger and Johannes F{\"o}rster and Sebastian Wintz and Markus Weigand and Hermann Stoll and Marc M. Heyns and Gisela Sch{\"u}tz and Iuliana P. Radu and Joachim Gr{\"a}fe and Florin Ciubotaru and Christoph Adelmann},
  journal={Science advances},
  volume={6 51}
Spin waves are excitations in ferromagnetic media that have been proposed as information carriers in hybrid spintronic devices with much lower operation power than conventional charge-based electronics. Their wave nature can be exploited in majority gates by using interference for computation. However, a scalable spin-wave majority gate that can be cointegrated alongside conventional electronics is still lacking. Here, we demonstrate a submicrometer inline spin-wave majority gate with fan-out… Expand
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