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Transfer printed multi-color integrated devices for visible light communication applications

Rae, K. and Xie, E. and Foucher, C. and Guilhabert, B. and Ferreira, R. and Zhu, D. and Wallis, D.J. and Humphreys, C.J. and Oliver, R.A. and Gu, E. and Laurand, N. and Dawson, M.D. (2016) Transfer printed multi-color integrated devices for visible light communication applications. In: Solid-State Lighting 2016. Proceedings Light, Energy and the Environment . Optical Society of America, Washington, DC. ISBN 9780860038046

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Abstract

Integrated multi-color devices for visible light communication applications are fabricated by transfer printing blue-emitting GaN light emitting diodes (LEDs) onto a green-emitting LED array and a colloidal quantum dot color-converter structure.