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Steering magnonic dynamics and permeability at exceptional points in a parity-time symmetric waveguide.


ABSTRACT: Tuning the magneto optical response and magnetic dynamics are key elements in designing magnetic metamaterials and devices. This theoretical study uncovers a highly effective way of controlling the magnetic permeability via shaping the magnonic properties of coupled magnetic waveguides separated by a nonmagnetic spacer with strong spin-orbit interaction (SOI). We demonstrate how a spacer charge current leads to enhancement of magnetic damping in one waveguide and a decrease in the other, constituting a bias-controlled magnetic parity-time (PT) symmetric system at the verge of the exceptional point where magnetic gains/losses are balanced. We find phenomena inherent to PT-symmetric systems and SOI-driven interfacial structures, including field-controlled magnon power oscillations, nonreciprocal propagation, magnon trapping and enhancement as well as an increased sensitivity to perturbations and abrupt spin reversal. The results point to a new route for designing magnonic waveguides and microstructures with enhanced magnetic response.

SUBMITTER: Wang XG 

PROVIDER: S-EPMC7652947 | BioStudies | 2020-01-01

REPOSITORIES: biostudies

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