A Rohde & Schwarz SMB 100A signal generator was used to generate microwave with a frequency of 8 to 12 GHz and a nominal power of 18 dBm. We verified that power in the range of 10 to 18 dBm did not affect the measured SHA but only the signal-to-noise ratio. The ST-FMR measurement was modulated with a sine function to improve the signal-to-noise ratio. A nonmagnetic GSG three-terminal probe manufactured by GGB Industries Inc. was used to make electrical contact with the electrode. The probe was carefully rotated to ensure homogeneous contact. The modulated voltage output (Vmix) was collected using a Stanford Research SR830 lock-in amplifier.

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