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Optimization of Top Polymer Gratings to Improve GaN LEDs Light Transmission
Chinese Optics Letters
  • Xiaomin Jin, California Polytechnic State University - San Luis Obispo
  • Bei Zhang, Peking University
  • Tao Dai, Peking University
  • Wei Wei, Peking University
  • Xiangning Kang, Peking University
  • Guoyi Zhang, Peking University
  • Simeon Trieu, California Polytechnic State University - San Luis Obispo
  • Fei Wang, California State University - Long Beach
Publication Date
10-10-2008
Abstract

We present a grating model of two-dimensional (2D) rigorous coupled wave analysis (RCWA) to study top diffraction gratings on light-emitting diodes (LEDs). We compare the integrated-transmission of the non-grating, rectangular-grating, and triangular-grating cases for the same grating period of 6 μm, and show that the triangular grating has the best performance. For the triangular grating with 6-μm period, the LED achieves the highest light transmission at 6-μm grating bottom width and 2.9-μm grating depth. Compared with the non-grating case, the optimized light transmission improvement is about 74.6%. The simulation agrees with the experimental data of the thin polymer grating encapsulated flip-chip (FC) GaN-based LEDs for the light extraction improvement.

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Citation Information
Xiaomin Jin, Bei Zhang, Tao Dai, Wei Wei, et al.. "Optimization of Top Polymer Gratings to Improve GaN LEDs Light Transmission" Chinese Optics Letters Vol. 6 Iss. 10 (2008) p. 788 - 790
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/xjin/22/