In-plane magnetic field tolerance of a dispersive aluminum nanobridge SQUID magnetometer

N. Antler, E. M. Levenson-Falk, R. Naik, Y.-D. Sun, A. Narla, R. Vijay, I. Siddiqi
2013 Applied Physics Letters  
We characterize the flux sensitivity of a dispersive 3D aluminum nanobridge SQUID magnetometer as a function of applied in-plane magnetic field. In zero field, we observe an effective flux noise of 17 nΦ_0/Hz^1/2 with 25 MHz of bandwidth. Flux noise increased by less than a factor of three with parallel magnetic fields up to 61 mT. Operation in higher fields may be possible by decreasing the dimensions of the shunt capacitor in the magnetometer circuit. These devices are thus well suited for
more » ... erving high-speed dynamics in nanoscale magnets, even in the presence of moderate bias magnetic fields.
doi:10.1063/1.4809782 fatcat:s4dwa3y23rb6hat4n5hut34bvm