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Dependency of Luminescent Coupling Efficiency on Bias Voltage and Illumination Intensity

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The dependency of luminescent coupling efficiency on voltage and illumination intensity is derived and verified using Sentaurus simulations. Results indicate a change of 10.7% of luminescent coupling efficiency in the Vmpp~Voc range under 100 Sun.

© 2014 Optical Society of America

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