The NanOsc Instruments line of broadband ferromagnetic resonance (FMR) spectrometers offer a simple turn-key solution to the burgeoning field of magnetodynamics research. Broadband FMR spectroscopy allows for measurements continuously spanning several 10’s of GHz. Measurements over a wide frequency range allow for significant improvements in accurately extracting a variety of material parameters not accessible by static measurement techniques. Broadband FMR is particularly well-suited for studying magnetic thin films, which not only form the backbone of fundamental spintronics and magnonics research but are also constituents of current and future technologies focused on magnetic memories, sensors, logic, and microwave signal processing.
- Turn-key FMR spectrometer with easy to use software interface
- Broadband FMR using a coplanar waveguide
- Measures effective magnetization (Meff), anisotropy (K), gyromagnetic ratio (γ), damping (α), inhomogeneous broadening (ΔHO), exchange stiffness (A), inverse spin Hall effect (ISHE) voltage
|Instrument||Bandwidth*||Temperature Range||Magnetic Field|
|PhaseFMR-8||2-8 GHz||Room Temperature||User Supplied
Electromagnet / Power Supply
|CryoFMR-8||2-8 GHz||4-400 K: PPMS / DynaCool
55-400 K: VersaLab
10-350 K: MI Cryostation
|±9, 14, 16 T: PPMS / DynaCool
±3 T: VersaLab
±0.7 T: MI Cryostation
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