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Colloidal quantum dot color converters for visible light communications

Santos, J. M. and Leitao, M. and Foucher, C. and Guilhabert, B. and Watson, S. and Kelly, A. E. and Rajbhandari, S. and Chun, H. and Haas, H. and Faulkner, Grahame and O'Brien, D. C. and Laurand, Nicolas and Dawson, M. D. (2017) Colloidal quantum dot color converters for visible light communications. In: 2016 IEEE Photonics Conference (IPC). IEEE, Piscataway, pp. 396-397. ISBN 9781509019076

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Abstract

The properties and performance of CdSSe/ZnS colloidal quantum dot composite materials for use as InGaN LED color converters in visible light communications applications is reported. 500Mb/s optical wireless transmission is demonstrated.