Transmission through Ferrite Samples at Submillimeter Frequencies
HARRY DIAMOND LABS ADELPHI MD
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A theoretical analysis is presented of the transmission spectra of thin magnetized ferrite slabs. The energy range chosen was 1 nu-bar 120 per cm 30 GHzf3600 GHz. The magnetic field was assumed to lie in the plane of the ferrite slab, and the incident electromagnetic radiation was polarized parallel and perpendicular to the magnetic field. For measurements of the magnetic properties near resonance, we show that extremely stable sources are required. However, we show that meaningful measurements can be made far from magnetic resonances using a conventional Fourier transform spectrometer. Keywords Magnetic resonance Ferrite Fourier transform spectroscopy Submillimeter waves.
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