Perpendicular-bias-field control of coupled-vortex oscillations in nanodot networks

Title
Perpendicular-bias-field control of coupled-vortex oscillations in nanodot networks
Authors
한동수Young-Jun ChoHan-Byeol JungSang-Koog Kim
Issue Date
2015-02
Publisher
Journal of applied physics
Citation
VOL 117, NO 8, 083910
Abstract
We studied, by combined micromagnetic numerical simulations and analytical derivations, coupled-vortex dynamics in one-dimensional (1D) arrays composed of two or more dipolar-coupled-vortex-state disks under perpendicular bias fields. We derived analytical expressions that could provide physical insights into the observed dynamic behaviors. The effects of perpendicular bias fields on the interaction strengths between the coupled-vortex oscillators and their characteristic band structures were examined and explained in terms of field strength and direction. Those effects showed that the normal modes and dispersion relations of collective vortex gyration, and the signal-transfer rate, can be tailored according to the derived explicit forms. The band width and gap of 1D coupled-vortex oscillator magnonic crystals, for example, are essential to the control of gyration-signal transfer in vortex-state dot networks. All of the analytical calculation results showed quantitatively good agreement with the micromagnetic simulation results, indicating that the perpendicular-bias-field dependence of coupled-vortex gyrations can be expressed simply as a function of the dynamic parameters under the zero field as well as the field strength and direction. This work provides not only a fundamental understanding of the effects of perpendicular bias fields on coupled-vortex oscillators but also an efficient practical means of dynamically manipulating collective vortex gyrations
URI
http://pubs.kist.re.kr/handle/201004/70770
ISSN
0021-8979
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