Excitation of Ultrashort Spin Waves via Spin-Cherenkov Effect in Magnetic Waveguides
Keywords:spin-Cherenkov effect, magnetic waveguide, spin wave, spintronics
The excitation of ultrashort wavelength spin waves via the spin-Cherenkov effect in magnetic waveguides is investigated via a micromagnetic modeling. The proposed excitation method is relatively simple and easily tunable. The excitation efficiency of the proposed scheme is obtained for different excitation pulse velocities and widths. A coupled waveguide system is also considered. In this case, the spin waves are excited in the first waveguide and then are transferred to the second one due to the dipolar coupling between waveguides. It is also shown that the excitation and transfer of excited spin waves have some limitations related to the dipolar coupling mechanism between the waveguides.
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