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Broad-band light-trapping in thin film crystalline silicon solar cells with engineered disordered photonic structures

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We theoretically investigate light trapping in thin film crystalline silicon solar cells. By using one-dimensional photonic patterns and adding Gaussian disorder, the short-circuit current is increased up to values that nearly approach the Lambertian limit.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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