We developed a system to carry out time-resolved photoemission electron microscopy under RF excitation at the BL25SU beamline in SPring-8. RF fields of up to ∼42 MHz could be applied to microsized magnetic disks with a power loss of less than 0.9 dB. We performed time-resolved realspace observations of the gyrotropic motion of the magnetic vortex core in Ni81Fe 19 disks under an RF magnetic field. We confirmed that significant core gyrations can be seen only when the resonant frequency of the disks matches with the excitation frequency of the system.
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