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Simulation of magnetically tuned magnetodielectric resonances of disk-


shaped ferrite resonator in HFSS

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SIMULATION OF MAGNETICALLY TUNED MAGNETODIELECTRIC RESONANCES
OF DISK-SHAPED FERRITE RESONATOR IN HFSS

M. M. Movchan

Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv


2/5 Glushkov Ave., Kyiv, 03187, Ukraine
e-mail: nicolja3m@gmail.com

Design of passive magnetically tuned ferrite elements in the millimeter wave range is
important task in microwave technology[1]. CAE systems (CST Studio Suite, Ansys HFSS) is one
of the ways to design such devices.
Magnetodielectric resonances (MDR) in bulk samples of ferrite are similar to the resonances
in dielectric resonators, except for a significant difference: their frequencies are magnetic field
tunable. In case of magnetic field applied along the symmetry axis of ferrite sample, the degeneracy
of MDR with opposite azimuthally indices ±n, n=1, 2... is lifted and the splitting of resonant
frequencies increases with magnetic field.
The spectrum of eigenmodes of MDR has been estimated by numerical simulation for S-
parameters of the measuring cell with disk-shaped resonator of yttrium-iron garnet (YIG). Ansys
HFSS 13 used for calculation of the transmission characteristic and finding the resonance
frequencies of the measuring cell with the ferrite resonator. The YIG resonator had diameter
D = 1.6 mm and thickness S = 0.46 mm. The properties of YIG used in the numerical study were
saturation magnetization 4π M = 1750 G , FMR linewidth ΔH = 5 Oe , permittivity ε =15.9 and
dielectric loss tangent tgδ ε = 0.0002 .
Results of finite element simulations using the HFSS software suite together with
experimental data from [2] are displayed in Fig. 1. Only the lowest HE+11δ and HE−11δ MDR are
shown, because they are the most important from a practical point of view. As can be seen, the
simulated dependence and experimental data match very well in both resonant frequency value and
absorption magnitude.
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Comparison between experimental frequency vs. bias field dependence of MDR [2] and
theoretical estimates using HFSS is shown in Fig. 2. The modes HE+11δ and HE−11δ are not
degenerate in zero magnetic field.
Simulations in HFSS software based on finite element method well describe the MDR
behavior and can be used for the design of passive ferrite elements with magnetic tuning in the
millimeter wave range.

[1] Özgür Ü., Alivov Y., and Morkoç H., “Microwave ferrites, part 2: passive components and
electrical tuning”, Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics, vol. 20, no. 10,
pp. 911–952, 2009.
[2] Popov M. A., Zavislyak I. V., Srinivasan G., “Sub-THz dielectric resonance in single crystal
yttrium iron garnet and magnetic field tuning of the modes”, Journal of Applied Physics,
vol. 110, iss. 2, pp. 024112 – 024112-7, Jul. 2011.

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