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1988) Giant magnetoresistance of (001)Fe/(001)Cr magnetic superlattices.
2a shows the variation of the giant magnetoresistance, GMR, with the frequency of the induced photon at different values of gate voltage, [V.
Giant magnetoresistance has led to a 30-fold increase in hard disk-data densities since then.
The book also discusses the effects of magnetic fields on spin-based device performance, highlighting effects such as giant magnetoresistance.
These so-called giant magnetoresistance heads change their resistance at room temperature by about 5 percent in the presence of a magnetic bit of data, says Stuart A.
The present generation of computer hard-disk drives uses a read-head based on giant magnetoresistance (GMR) thin films.
The most advanced of the spintronic technologies is based on the giant magnetoresistance (GMR) effect, discovered independently in 1988 by Peter Gruenberg at the KFA Research Institute in Julich, Germany, and Albert Fert at the Univ.
It will make use of a property known as giant magnetoresistance (GMR).