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Optical-Electrical-Thermal Effect on Efficiency Droop in Large Size Light Emitting Diode Chips

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A numerical simulation is performed to study the electrical, thermal and optical behaviors of LEDs from low to high electrical power. The carrier leakage is the main mechanism which induces the droop.

© 2014 Optical Society of America

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