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LTCC processed CoTi substituted M-type barium ferrite composite with BBSZ glass powder additives for microwave device applications
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Hexagonal magnetoplumbite ferrites typically have sintering temperatures above 1100∘C in order to stabilize a single phase compound, which is much higher than the melting point of silver leading to device fabrication challenges. Application of low temperature co-fired ceramics (LTCC) technologies may prove effective in decreasing the sintering temperature of hexagonal ferrites.Ferritepowders combined with glass frit powder is an effective pathway to lowering the sintering temperature. Here, hexagonal M-type bariumferrite (i.e., Ba(CoTi)1.5Fe9O19) ceramics, combined with BBSZ glasspowder as a sintering aid were synthesized. Co and Ti ions where used to substitute for Fe cations in order to modify the magnetic anisotropy field. The density, microstructure, magnetic properties and complex permeability are reported. The BBSZ glass addition was shown to improve the densification and magnetic properties of the bariumferrite. The densification of the BaM ferriteBa(CoTi)1.5Fe9O19 was further enhanced by the glass additive at low firing temperatures of below 900∘C because of the formation of a liquid phase. Complex permeability of ferritessintered at 900∘C was also influenced by the BBSZ addition and the resonance frequency was shown to decrease with increased amounts of the glass modifier.
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