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Room-Temperature Giant Magnetoelectric Effect From Coils Cored With MnZn Ferrite

We have built coils with MnZn ferrite cores that demonstrate an appreciable giant magnetoelectric effect (GME). Their maximum magnetoelectric (ME) output is as high as 87 V/Oe at tens of kilohertz, which is remarkable for devices without any power supply. Our experimental and theoretical analyses su... Full description

Journal Title: IEEE Transactions on Magnetics September 2008, Vol.44(9), pp.2127-2129
Main Author: Jun Lu
Other Authors: De-An Pan , Yang Bai , Yanjing Su , Lijie Qiao
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ID: ISSN: 0018-9464 ; E-ISSN: 1941-0069 ; DOI: 10.1109/TMAG.2008.2000545
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title: Room-Temperature Giant Magnetoelectric Effect From Coils Cored With MnZn Ferrite
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  • Yanjing Su
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  • Magnetic Cores
  • Ferrites
  • Magnetic Resonance
  • Magnetic Devices
  • Power Supplies
  • Magnetic Analysis
  • Magnetic Sensors
  • Performance Evaluation
  • Ferrite
  • High-Frequency Magnetic Sensors
  • LC Resonance
  • Magnetoelectric Effect
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  • Physics
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description: We have built coils with MnZn ferrite cores that demonstrate an appreciable giant magnetoelectric effect (GME). Their maximum magnetoelectric (ME) output is as high as 87 V/Oe at tens of kilohertz, which is remarkable for devices without any power supply. Our experimental and theoretical analyses suggest that the GME of the coils originates from LC resonances. Our results show a practical way to design ME devices such as passive high-frequency sensitive magnetic sensors. We have found as well that attention should be paid to LC resonance when performing ME spectral measurements.
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We have built coils with MnZn ferrite cores that demonstrate an appreciable giant magnetoelectric effect (GME). Their maximum magnetoelectric (ME) output is as high as 87 V/Oe at tens of kilohertz, which is remarkable for devices without any power supply. Our experimental and theoretical analyses suggest that the GME of the coils originates from LC resonances. Our results show a practical way to design ME devices such as passive high-frequency sensitive magnetic sensors. We have found as well that attention should be paid to LC resonance when performing ME spectral measurements.

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