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Surface waves on double ferrite layers; (a) the gap mode, for similar ferrites with a small separation; (b) the interface mode, for dissimilar ferrites in contact (after Ref. 64). MAGNETOSTATIC WAVES 39 These authors showed that a double layer always supports two complete surface wave branches for both directions of propagation, a circumstance that had before been in doubt; half the modes terminate on the "internal" frequencies given above, while the other half terminate on the expected Damon and Eshbach surface wave frequencies.
Such modes may be regarded as spin waves (see Appendix A), and we shall be concerned mainly with those of so large a wavelength that their behavior is dominated by the boundaries of the sample. 26 J. D. ADAM, M. R. DANIEL, P. R. EMTAGE, AND S. H. TALISA Early work on magnetostatics was dominated by the natural modes of spheres, ellipsoids, and rods. White and Solt (36) discovered experimentally that an RF field will excite "standing spin waves" at frequencies distinct from that of the ferromagnetic resonance, and the general equations of such modes were given by Walker (7).
For volume waves of large wavelength, a system with many identical layers behaves like a "dilute" ferrite of magnetization M = Mf9 where/is the fraction of space occupied by the ferrite; this is 1 1 (a) Surface Waves 1 I 1 r Wavenumber k ( cm )l FIG. 24. Effect of an adjacent ground plane on the dispersion of surface waves and of forward volume waves. 38 J. D. ADAM, M. R. DANIEL, P. R. EMTAGE, AND S. H. TALISA about the only simple property of such systems, and we shall not comment on them further.
Thin Films for Advanced Electronic Devices by Maurice H. Francombe and John L. Vossen (Eds.)