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InGaN µLEDs integrated onto colloidal quantum dot functionalised ultra-thin glass

Rae, K. and Foucher, C. and Guilhabert, B. and Islim, M.S. and Yin, L. and Zhu, D. and Oliver, R.A. and Wallis, D.J. and Haas, H. and Laurand, N. and Dawson, M.D. (2017) InGaN µLEDs integrated onto colloidal quantum dot functionalised ultra-thin glass. Optics Express, 25 (16). pp. 19179-19184. ISSN 1094-4087

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Abstract

Red-, orange-, and green-emitting integrated optoelectronic sources are demonstrated by transfer printing blue InGaN µLEDs onto ultra-thin glass platforms functionally enhanced with II-VI colloidal quantum dots. The forward optical power conversion efficiency of these heterogeneously integrated devices is, respectively, 9%, 15%, and 14% for a blue light absorption over 95%. The sources are demonstrated in an orthogonal frequency division multiplexed (OFDM) visible light communication link reaching respective data transmission rates of 46 Mbps, 44 Mbps and 61 Mbps.