yttrium iron garnet


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yttrium iron garnet

[′i·trē·əm ′ī·ərn ′gär·nət]
(materials)
Y3Fe5O12 A synthetic ferrimagnetic material with the garnet crystal structure; used in microwave ferrite devices because of its very narrow ferromagnetic resonance absorption line. Abbreviated yig.
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Among specific topics are tunable electromagnetic properties of yttrium iron garnet ceramics, the microstructure and mechanical responses of extruded magnesium alloy sheets with lithium addition, and the corrosion behavior of tungsten copper alloy produced by infiltration sintering.
Yafis Barlas, a theoretical physicist at the University of California, Riverside, and colleagues wondered whether the magnetic compound yttrium iron garnet placed close to graphene would share its magnetism while leaving the carbon sheet's structure and electronic properties intact.
The commercial yttrium iron garnet (YIG) rods were sliced with dimensions of l x w x h [mm.
In particular, phase shifters based on ferromagnetic resonance (FMR) or spin wave propagation in yttrium iron garnet (YIG) are attractive because of their planar geometry and magnetic tunability of their operating frequency over a wide range [2].
For that reason system designers prefer yttrium iron garnet (YIG)-based sources.
In the past, tunable band-stop filters have used dielectric ferromagnets such as Yttrium Iron Garnet (YIG).
High-duty-cycle and CW emitters can usually be filtered out by slow-tuning (millisecond) Yttrium Iron Garnet (YIG) microwave filters.
Through the introduction of these high-frequency prescalers in low-cost QFN plastic packages, Inphi now extends this competitive advantage to high-volume commercial applications such as point-to-point microwave radios, yttrium iron garnet (YIG) phase-locked oscillators, and advanced synthesizers that require low-cost surface-mount components.
They cover perpendicular spin torque oscillator and microwave-assisted magnetic recording; spin-transfer-torque MRAM: device architecture and modeling; the prospect of STT-RAM scaling; spintronic device memristive effects and magnetization switching optimizing; magnetic insulator-based spintronics: spin pumping, magnetic proximity, spin Hall, and spin Seebeck effects on yttrium iron garnet thin films; and electronic field-inducing switching for magnetic memory devices.
In the set of experiments conducted at room temperature, Demokritov and his colleagues zapped a thin film of the magnetic compound yttrium iron garnet that they had placed in a device akin to a microwave oven.
The heart the SMR generators is a fractional-N synthesis subsystem that drives a low noise yttrium iron garnet (YIG) oscillator.
However, recent advances in yttrium iron garnet (YIG) oscillator technology have produced very low noise sources that offer good performance advantages when ruggedized for micro-phonics and environmental conditions.