Transmission of Microwaves through Magnetic Metallic Nanostructures


The penetration of decimeter, centimeter, and millimeter electromagnetic waves through magnetic metallic nanostructures is considered in this work. Detailed information on the microwave giant magnetoresistive effect is presented. The manifestations of ferromagnetic and spin-wave resonances upon the transmission of microwaves through nanostructures are considered.

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This work was carried out within the state assignment of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation (topics “Spin” no. AAAA-A18-118020290104-2 and “Function” no. AAAA-A19-119012990095-0). The work on Sections 10–12 was supported by the Russian Science Foundation (grant no. 17-12-01002).

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Rinkevich, A.B., Kuznetsov, E.A., Milyaev, M.A. et al. Transmission of Microwaves through Magnetic Metallic Nanostructures. Phys. Metals Metallogr. 121, 1137–1167 (2020).

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  • metallic nanostructures
  • giant magnetoresistive effect
  • microwaves