Room temperature microwave-assisted recording on 500-Gbpsi-class perpendicular medium

Yukio Nozaki, N. Ishida, Y. Soeno, K. Sekiguchi

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Abstract

Microwave-assisted recording on a 500-Gbpsi-class perpendicular medium was experimentally demonstrated at room temperature. Magnetization reversal under a radio-frequency magnetic field was measured by an electrically shorted coplanar waveguide, which enabled us to evaluate the change in the mediums ferromagnetic resonance spectrum. A frequency-dependent reduction in the switching field was clearly observed in response to a microwave impulse 50 ns in duration. A significant reduction of up to 30 in the coercive field was achieved by applying a microwave impulse with an amplitude of 25 dBm and a frequency of 15 GHz.

Original languageEnglish
Article number083912
JournalJournal of Applied Physics
Volume112
Issue number8
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2012 Oct 15

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Room temperature microwave-assisted recording on 500-Gbpsi-class perpendicular medium. / Nozaki, Yukio; Ishida, N.; Soeno, Y.; Sekiguchi, K.

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