Magnetic tunnel junction (MTJ) devices find use in several applications based on the exploitation of the spin-transfer torque phenomenon. The ferromagnetic resonance (FMR) curve is a key characteristic of any MTJ. It is usually characterized both experimentally and numerically by performing a lot of measurements of the magnetic response to a sinusoidal field or current. Here, we propose the use of a chirp signal as excitation signal to reconstruct the FMR curve with a single measurement/simulation. A micromagnetic comparison of the proposed method with the traditional one is shown. © 1965-2012 IEEE.

Chirp Spectroscopy Applied to the Characterization of Ferromagnetic Resonance in Magnetic Tunnel Junctions

FINOCCHIO, Giovanni
2014

Abstract

Magnetic tunnel junction (MTJ) devices find use in several applications based on the exploitation of the spin-transfer torque phenomenon. The ferromagnetic resonance (FMR) curve is a key characteristic of any MTJ. It is usually characterized both experimentally and numerically by performing a lot of measurements of the magnetic response to a sinusoidal field or current. Here, we propose the use of a chirp signal as excitation signal to reconstruct the FMR curve with a single measurement/simulation. A micromagnetic comparison of the proposed method with the traditional one is shown. © 1965-2012 IEEE.
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