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K. Favieres, C. Aroca, M. C. Sanchez, K. V. Rao and V. Madurga, “Giant Magnetoimpedance in Twisted Amorphous CoP Multilayers Electrodeposited onto Cu Wires,” Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, Vol. 196, 1999, pp. 224-226. doi:10.1016/S0304-8853(98)00775-6

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  • TITLE: Giant Magnetoimpedance of Cube/Feconi Electroplated Wires: Focus on Angular Sensoric

    AUTHORS: Galina Kurlyandskaya, Pongsakorn Jantaratana, Maria Angeles Cerdeira, Vladimir Va´kovskiy

    KEYWORDS: Giant Magnetoimpedance; Magnetization Process; Magnetic Anisotropy; Magnetic Field Sensors

    JOURNAL NAME: World Journal of Condensed Matter Physics, Vol.3 No.1, February 27, 2013

    ABSTRACT: Giant magnetoimpedance effect (GMI) is a subject of special interest proved by applied electrodynamic and technological applications. GMI effect in ferromagnetic tubes is connected with the high sensitivity of the magnetic system to a circular magnetic field near the spin-reorientation magnetic phase transitions offering high sensitivity with respect to an external magnetic field. In this work the non-magnetic CuBe wires were covered by Fe20Co6Ni74 layers by electrodeposition. The thickness of 1 μm for magnetic layer was high enough in order to ensure the high GMI value. Longitudinal magnetic anisotropy was induced by post preparation annealing in a magnetic field of 160 A/m at 320℃ during 1 hour in order to obtain appropriate magnetisation process. Angular dependencies of GMI were measured in a frequency range of 1 to 10 MHz for driving currents of 2.5 to 20 mA. High longitudinal GMI of the order of 400% was observed at quite low frequency of 1 MHz. The highest value of the sensitivity of 520%/Oe was found for the active resistance: Linear sensitivities of 0.023 Ω/° and 0.05 Ω/° were observed for reasonably low fields of 240 and275 A/m respectively for small angles, where planar GMI elements are less effective.