Temporal evolution of the spin-wave intensity and phase in a local parametric amplifier

Abstract : We present a time-resolved study of the evolution of the spin-wave intensity and phase in a local parametric spin-wave amplifier at pumping powers close to the threshold of parametric generation. We show that the phase of the amplified spin waves is determined by the phase of the incoming signal-carrying spin waves and that it can be preserved on long time scales as long as the energy input by the input spin waves is provided. In contrast, the phase-information is lost in such a local spin-wave amplifier as soon as the input spin-wave is switched off. These findings are an important benchmark for the use of parametric amplifiers in logic circuits relying on the spin-wave phase as information carrier.
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T. Brächer, F. Heussner, T. Meyer, T. Fischer, M. Geilen, et al.. Temporal evolution of the spin-wave intensity and phase in a local parametric amplifier. Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, Elsevier, 2018, 450, pp.60-64. ⟨10.1016/j.jmmm.2017.04.043⟩. ⟨hal-01956142⟩

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