Investigation of non-linear stable effects taking place at ferromagnetic resonance (FMR) in monocrystal arbitrarily oriented hexagonal ferrite resonators (HFR) with controlled (modulated) resonance frequency is an urgent problem. The presented analysis is based on two approaches: the “quasistatic” approach using the static tensor of the HFR magnetic susceptibility and the “dynamic” one based on the solution of the magnetization vector motion equation (MVME) with varying time coefficients due to modulated magnetization field or HFR angle of orientation. The first approach is valid at low modulation frequencies (in comparison with the relaxation frequency of the HFR) and the second one can be used generally for rapid variation of resonance frequency

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6th International Conference on Mathematical Methods in Electromagnetic Theory, 1996


Electrical and Computer Engineering

Keywords and Phrases

Dynamic Approach; Electromagnetic Oscillations; Ferrite Devices; Ferromagnetic Resonance; Frequency Selective Devices; Magnetic Millimetre Wave Devices; Magnetic Susceptibility; Magnetisation; Magnetization Vector Motion Equation; Millimeter Oscillations; Modulated Magnetization Field; Modulated Resonance Frequency; Monocrystal Hexagonal Ferrite Resonators; Nonlinear Stable Effects; Quasistatic Approach; Rapid Resonance Frequency Variation; Resonators; Static Tensor; Varying Time Coefficients

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Article - Conference proceedings

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