In this work, magnetization dynamics is studied at low temperatures in a hybrid system that consists of a thin epitaxial magnetic film coupled with a superconducting planar microwave waveguide. The resonance spectrum was observed over a wide magnetic field range, including low fields below the saturation magnetization and both polarities. Analysis of the spectrum via a fitting routine we develop allows the derivation of all magnetic parameters of the film at cryogenic temperatures, the detection of waveguide-induced uniaxial magnetic anisotropies of the first and the second order, and the uncovering of a minor misalignment of the magnetic field. A substantial influence of the superconducting critical state on the resonance spectrum is observed and discussed.
|Journal||Physical review applied|
|Publication status||Published - 23 Apr 2019|