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Physical Review B
We have measured the detailed dependence of the oscillation frequencies, linewidths, and output powers of spin-transfer nanocontact oscillators as functions of applied field strength, bias current, and angle of the applied magnetic field. For fields applied only moderately out of the plane of the film, the evolution of these properties is continuous. However, for fields applied more strongly out of plane they exhibit discontinuous evolution in both current and applied field. Thesedoi:10.1103/physrevb.74.224409 fatcat:532irx7umjavlpvsfos53oyn2u