Magnetostatic waves (MSWs) in magnetodielectric media are fundamental for the creation of various highly efficient devices for analog information processing in the microwave range. These devices include various filters, delay lines, phase shifters, frequency converters, nonreciprocal and nonlinear devices, and others.
Magnetostatic Waves in Inhomogeneous Fields examines magnetostatic waves and their distribution in non-uniformly magnetized films and structures. The propagation of magnetostatic waves in magnetodielectric environments is accompanied by numerous and very diverse physical effects, sharply distinguishing them from ordinary electromagnetic waves in isotropic media. The authors address dispersion properties and noncollinearity of phase and group velocity vectors, as well as non-reciprocal propagation.
- Offers mathematical tools used in the calculation of properties of magnetostatic waves
- Includes a current literature review of magnetostatic waves and domain structures in garnet–ferrite films
- Considers the issue of converting magnetostatic waves into electromagnetic ones
Table of Contents
Magnetostatic waves and domain structures in garnet ferrite films (literature review). Mathematical apparatus used in the calculation properties of magnetostatic waves. Magnetostatic waves in uniformly magnetized ferrite films and structures based on them. Research Methods and Analysis of the Propagation of an MRV under Magnetic Conditions with a Longitudinally Inhomogeneous Field. Propagation of wave beams of finite width in non-uniformly magnetized ferrite films. Frequency-amplitude properties of magnetostatic transmission lines. The use of magnetostatic waves in non-uniformly magnetized ferrite films for information processing devices and other technical applications.
V.G. Shavrov, Professor, Russian Academy of Science, Moscow, RU V.S. Shcheglov, Professor, Russian Academy of Science, Moscow, RU