Magnetoelectronics of Microwaves and Extremely High Frequencies in Ferrite Films
Magnetoelectronics of Microwaves and Extremely High Frequencies in Ferrite Films, by Alexander A. Ignatiev of Saratov State University in Russia, offers a very detailed and specialized account of a new direction of magnetoelectronics of millimetric waves in the layered structures containing epitaxial ferrite films. The new electrodynamic approach for research of electromagnetic waves in layered bigyrotropic structures - excitation of waves in converters with parallel and orthogonal orientations - is thoroughly discussed.
The book is divided into three parts
- theory of electromagnetic wave excitation in multilayer bigyrotropic structures
- studies of electromagnetic wave excitation in film ferrite structures
- methods and devices for high-frequency parameter control of ferrite films
This book is intended for post-graduate students and researchers in the field of radiophysics and magnetoelectronics of millimetric waves, as well as those specializing in device design using ferrites.
Covers questions of the development of the new theory of excitation and distribution of fast and slow electromagnetic waves in bigyrotropic and ferrite
The book’s material addresses processes in layered bigyrotropic structures and characterizes directions of promotion in new this new and emerging area of research
References are given at the end of each chapter so readers can get additional background information on the topics discussed