Novel Magnetic Field Meter Based on Giant Magneto-impedance (GMI) Effect

Krzysztof Nesteruk, Marek Kuźmiński, Henryk Lachowicz
2006 Sensors & Transducers Magazine (S&T e-Digest)   unpublished
A novel magnetic field GMI-sensor/meter has been invented and designed. Its laboratory model was constructed and tested, demonstrating the sensitivity of 1 × 10-8 T (100 µGs). The principle of operation of this meter is based on changes of the quality factor of the resonance circuit a part of which is a magnetic GMI sensing element. These changes are due to variations in the real component of the impedance of this element caused by an external DC-field. The sensing element is in the form of a
more » ... in the form of a piece of the "non-magnetostrictive" amorphous ribbon. Magnetic field modulation of an acoustic frequency and feedback circuit (compensating field) applied to the device, significantly increases stability and linearity of the measuring system.
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