Abstract

The effect of the metal grid lines has an effect on the calculation of the reflection spectrum of the solar cell. The optimization of the anti-reflection film structure of GaInP/GaAs/Ge triple junction solar cells is aimed at maximizing the short-circuit current density. The influence of metal grid lines on the design of anti-reflection film under the optimized conditions is discussed.

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