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Brief introduction of ferrite material

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Brief introduction of ferrite material

Ferrite is made by sintering iron oxides and other ingredients. Generally can be divided into permanent magnet ferrite, soft magnetic ferrite and spin magnetic ferrite three.
Ferrite is another oxide of ferrite and ferrite. Its raw materials are used every day or in the morning. Objects are and one or two. This continuous or continuous magnetic core is almost completely different when the magnetic core is behind the circle. Fluorescence and the frequency of permanent magnets are usually used to change the magnetic core. The role of magnetic substances of the gyromagnetic type. The inner rotating body is an electromagnetic wave type with two plane electromagnetic waves under the vertical wave and refers to the electromagnetic wave magnetic field. Its character characteristics in the process of transmission, from the rotating stone body, have been widely spread in the field of communication. Stone (hexagonal) ferrite.
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