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Spectral analysis of angular color uniformity in a white LED based on a yellow phosphor

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The color ring phenomenon observed at a white LED with a beam-spreading optics was numerically treated by angular spectrum analysis, and could be explained with the incoincidence of emission points of blue and yellow lights.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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