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Development and characterisation of laser power converters for optical power transfer applications

Jarvis, SD, Mukherjee, J, Perren, M and Sweeney, SJ (2014) Development and characterisation of laser power converters for optical power transfer applications IET OPTOELECTRONICS, 8 (2). pp. 64-70.

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Item Type: Article
Divisions : Surrey research (other units)
Authors :
Jarvis, SD
Mukherjee, J
Perren, M
Date : 1 April 2014
DOI : 10.1049/iet-opt.2013.0066
Uncontrolled Keywords : Science & Technology, Technology, Physical Sciences, Engineering, Electrical & Electronic, Optics, Telecommunications, Engineering, ENGINEERING, ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC, OPTICS, TELECOMMUNICATIONS, gallium arsenide, indium compounds, laser beam applications, monochromators, optical design techniques, optical testing, photovoltaic cells, power convertors, semiconductor lasers, solar cells, laser power converters, optical power transfer applications, single-junction photovoltaic devices, optical to electrical conversion efficiencies, monochromatic illumination, single-junction photovoltaic converter, monochromatic radiation, monochromatic light convertion, electrical energy, space-based laser power transfer, fibre optic power delivery, remote powering, subcutaneous equipment, electrical devices, LPC design, lattice-matched InGaAsP, InP, photon recycling, efficient carrier extraction, design process, computer simulated characteristics, laboratory tests, field tests, conversion efficiency, AM solar illumination, dual-use application, design optimisation, wavelength 1, 55 mum, InGaAsPa'InP, INP AVALANCHE PHOTODIODES, 1550 NM, LIGHT, GAIN
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Last Modified : 24 Jan 2020 23:39

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