Excitations that may appear in cavity magnonics experiments are examined with numerical micromagnetics using a recently developed semi-classical cavity magnonics theory. The theory is generally applicable to linear and nonlinear dynamic systems. In this paper, example applications of the theory for magnetic systems are presented where the dynamics is described using numerical micromagnetics for field driven ferromagnets. Examples of large amplitude driving are studied as a function of drive field amplitude and frequency. We comment also on large amplitude dynamics under elliptically polarized driving fields. The main conclusion is that when implemented together with micromagnetics, the theory can be used to describe cavity photon–magnon coupling for a wide variety of linear and nonlinear magnetic dynamics, thereby providing a useful technique for cavity magnonics.
Cavity magnonics for large and small amplitude precession
Note: This paper is part of the Special Topic on Recent Advances in Magnonics.
J. Iyaro, R. L. Stamps; Cavity magnonics for large and small amplitude precession. J. Appl. Phys. 14 December 2022; 132 (22): 223901. https://doi.org/10.1063/5.0128526
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