Column Propagation In Close-Packed Field Access Bubble Lattice And Confinement Structures
Original Publication Date: 1979-May-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2005-Feb-20
A column propagation structure consists of an array of permalloy elements, one for each bubble in the lattice, overlaying a current conductor. An example of such a structure is shown in Fig. 1, where permalloy lattice confinement elements 10 are positioned next to chevron or C-bar propagation elements 12. A conductor 13 having a serpentine shape preferably is positioned so as to have a loop underlying each gap between the permalloy elements in the column.