Nanomagnetic Thinfilms for Advanced Inductors and EMI Shields in Smart Systems

Authors

  • P. Markondeya Raj Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Dibyajat Mishra Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Srikrishna Sitaraman Georgia Institute of Technology
  • Rao Tummala Georgia Institute of Technology

Keywords:

Nanomagnetics, Inductors, EMI Shields, Thin Films, Smart Systems

Abstract

Nanomagnetics provide unique opportunities to address the fundamental limitations of traditional electronic materials for miniaturization of RF and power components, while simultaneously enhancing their performance. This paper demonstrates nanomagnetic films and processes for power inductors and EMI shield applications. A DC-RF co-sputtering process was developed to synthesize cobalt-based nanogranular films with superior properties compared to microscale magnetic materials. The benefits of this material for miniaturized power inductors are demonstrated with analytical models. The second part of the paper demonstrates miniaturization of electromagnetic interference (EMI) shields with nanomagnetic film-stacks.

Nanomagnetic Thinfilms

Published

2014-07-16

How to Cite

Raj, P. M., Mishra, D., Sitaraman, S., & Tummala, R. (2014). Nanomagnetic Thinfilms for Advanced Inductors and EMI Shields in Smart Systems. Chemical Biology Letters, 1(1), 31-38. Retrieved from http://thesciencein.org/journal/index.php/cbl/article/view/112

Issue

Section

Review Articles