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Temperature Dependence Free Magneto-Optical (Tb,Bi)Fe Garnet Films Grown By LPE Method

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  01 February 2011

Nobuo Imaizumi
Affiliation:
Namiki Precision Jewel Co., Ltd. 3–8–22 Shinden, Adachi-ku, Tokyo 123–8511, Japan
Takashi Fukuhara
Affiliation:
Namiki Precision Jewel Co., Ltd. 3–8–22 Shinden, Adachi-ku, Tokyo 123–8511, Japan
Yasuhiko Kuwano
Affiliation:
Dai-Ichi Kiden Co., Ltd. 1–54–1 Shimo-Ishihara, Chofu, Tokyo, 182–0035, Japan
Kenichi Shiroki
Affiliation:
Namiki Precision Jewel Co., Ltd. 3–8–22 Shinden, Adachi-ku, Tokyo 123–8511, Japan
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Abstract

Bi-substituted TbFe Garnet films grown by Liquid-Phase Epitaxial (LPE) method are demonstrated as a candidate for the temperature dependence free Faraday rotator in the telecom devices or the optical sensors applications. Several types of substituted GdGaGarnet (SGGG) substrates are applied in the tests. At X=0.48 o 0.56 in the Tb(3-X)BiXFe5O12, a series of very low temperature dependence garnet films are fabricated on the lattice constant of 12.465Å (GdCa)3(GaZrMg)5O12 substrates through the LPE-grown processing with optimized flux compositions. A couple of device applications are also demonstrated using these suppressed temperature dependence garnet films.

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