Dual-tunable hybrid wave ferrite-ferroelectric microwave resonator

Dual-tunable hybrid wave ferrite-ferroelectric microwave resonator

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A novel electric and magnetic field tunable microwave resonator with a yttrium iron garnet and barium strontium titanate layered structure is investigated. The measured characteristics at 3.6 GHz, corresponding to the proximity of magnetic and dielectric resonance modes, show a broadband electrical tunability. A tuning range of 1.5% of the central resonance frequency is obtained for nominal electric fields.


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