IEEE Transactions on Magnetics

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IEEE Transactions on Magnetics is a scientific journal that publishes both articles related to the basic physics of magnetism, magnetic materials, applied magnetics, magnetic devices, and magnetic data storage. The journal publishes scholarly articles, tutorial expositions, critical reviews of classical subjects and topics of current interest. (Wikipedia.org)




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Magnetics, IEEE Transactions on

Science and technology related to the basic physics and engineering of magnetism, magnetic materials, applied magnetics, magnetic devices, and magnetic data storage. The Transactions publishes scholarly articles of archival value as well as tutorial expositions and critical reviews of classical subjects and topics of current interest.


Plasma Science, IEEE Transactions on

Plasma science and engineering, including: magnetofluid dynamics and thermionics; plasma dynamics; gaseous electronics and arc technology; controlled thermonuclear fusion; electron, ion, and plasma sources; space plasmas; high-current relativistic electron beams; laser-plasma interactions; diagnostics; plasma chemistry and colloidal and solid-state plasmas.



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Characteristics of high-transmission-probability tunnel junctions for use as particle detectors

D. A. Stricker; G. P. Alba; C. C. Anderson; D. D. Bing; R. W. Bland; S. C. Dickson; T. G. Dignan; P. Gagnon; R. T. Johnson; C. M. Seneclauze IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 1989

Interest in the problem of the galactic dark matter has stimulated development of particle detectors sensitive to very low energies. The authors describe superconducting tunnel junctions with thin barriers which may be suitable for this purpose. They present I-V (current-voltage) characteristics and data on the temperature dependence of the subgap tunneling current. They examine the barrier transmission probability and the ...


Phonon-mediated detection of X-rays in silicon crystals using superconducting transition edge phonon sensors

B. A. Young; B. Cabrera; A. T. Lee; C. J. Martoff; B. Neuhauser; J. P. McVittie IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 1989

The authors present data on the operation of thin-film superconducting strips of titanium as phonon sensors on the surface of silicon crystals. The superconducting films are biased at the foot of the resistive transition in temperature and below the critical latching current (the current above which a normal region in the film grows from self-heating). The interaction of an incident ...


Characteristics of Nb-based Josephson junctions at a temperature below 1 K

K. Ishibashi; K. Takeno; Y. Oae; T. Sakae; Y. Matsumoto; A. Katase; S. Takada; H. Akoh; H. Nakagawa IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 1989

A lithographic technique for Josephson LSI (large scale integrated) circuits was applied to the production of a superconducting tunnel junction for radiation detection. Nb-Al/aluminum oxide/Nb tunnel junctions with different junction sizes and barrier oxidation times have been fabricated. The current- voltage curves were measured in the temperature range from 4.2 to 0.45 K. The junctions showed some amounts of leakage ...


Magnetic and recording properties of sputtered Co-P/Cr thin film media

B. R. Natarajan; E. S. Murdock IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 1988

Sputtered Co-P/Cr longitudinal media exhibiting high recording densities with low transition noise were investigated. Linear recording densities >25 KFCI and SNR >31 dB were obtained with a thin-film head having 14-μm track width and 0.25-μm gap, and flying at 0.15 μm. The magnitude of the recorded transition noise depended strongly on the thickness of the Cr underlayer and the coercive ...


Study of jitter in domain wall displacement detection

M. Kaneko; T. Sakamoto; A. Nakaoki IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 1999

Domain wall displacement detection (DWDD) is the promising method for achieving a linear density as high as 0.1 μm per bit. The velocity for the wall displacement was estimated to be 28 m/s from an experiment on a DWDD disk. Simulation of the driving force both by Bloch wall energy gradient and demagnetizing field proved that magnetic parameters must be ...


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Characteristics of high-transmission-probability tunnel junctions for use as particle detectors

D. A. Stricker; G. P. Alba; C. C. Anderson; D. D. Bing; R. W. Bland; S. C. Dickson; T. G. Dignan; P. Gagnon; R. T. Johnson; C. M. Seneclauze IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 1989

Interest in the problem of the galactic dark matter has stimulated development of particle detectors sensitive to very low energies. The authors describe superconducting tunnel junctions with thin barriers which may be suitable for this purpose. They present I-V (current-voltage) characteristics and data on the temperature dependence of the subgap tunneling current. They examine the barrier transmission probability and the ...


Phonon-mediated detection of X-rays in silicon crystals using superconducting transition edge phonon sensors

B. A. Young; B. Cabrera; A. T. Lee; C. J. Martoff; B. Neuhauser; J. P. McVittie IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 1989

The authors present data on the operation of thin-film superconducting strips of titanium as phonon sensors on the surface of silicon crystals. The superconducting films are biased at the foot of the resistive transition in temperature and below the critical latching current (the current above which a normal region in the film grows from self-heating). The interaction of an incident ...


Characteristics of Nb-based Josephson junctions at a temperature below 1 K

K. Ishibashi; K. Takeno; Y. Oae; T. Sakae; Y. Matsumoto; A. Katase; S. Takada; H. Akoh; H. Nakagawa IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 1989

A lithographic technique for Josephson LSI (large scale integrated) circuits was applied to the production of a superconducting tunnel junction for radiation detection. Nb-Al/aluminum oxide/Nb tunnel junctions with different junction sizes and barrier oxidation times have been fabricated. The current- voltage curves were measured in the temperature range from 4.2 to 0.45 K. The junctions showed some amounts of leakage ...


Magnetic and recording properties of sputtered Co-P/Cr thin film media

B. R. Natarajan; E. S. Murdock IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 1988

Sputtered Co-P/Cr longitudinal media exhibiting high recording densities with low transition noise were investigated. Linear recording densities >25 KFCI and SNR >31 dB were obtained with a thin-film head having 14-μm track width and 0.25-μm gap, and flying at 0.15 μm. The magnitude of the recorded transition noise depended strongly on the thickness of the Cr underlayer and the coercive ...


Study of jitter in domain wall displacement detection

M. Kaneko; T. Sakamoto; A. Nakaoki IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 1999

Domain wall displacement detection (DWDD) is the promising method for achieving a linear density as high as 0.1 μm per bit. The velocity for the wall displacement was estimated to be 28 m/s from an experiment on a DWDD disk. Simulation of the driving force both by Bloch wall energy gradient and demagnetizing field proved that magnetic parameters must be ...


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