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WLEDWhite Light Emitting Diode
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White light emitting diodes (LEDs) are considered as the next generation solid-state lighting systems because of their excellent properties such as high efficiency, low power consumption, long lifetime, and lower toxicity [1-6].
Jose, "Synthesis, photoluminescence and thermal quenching of YAG : Ce phosphor for white light emitting diodes," Indian Journal of Pure and Applied Physics, vol.
Hussain, "Zinc oxide nanorods/polymer hybrid heterojunctions for white light emitting diodes," Journal of Physics D, vol.
The research concentrates on the development and demonstration of a new class of white light emitting diodes integrated with nanophosphors of semiconductor nanocrystal quantum dots for efficient high-quality lighting.
Smart phones, portable media players, digital still cameras, scan guns, point-of-sale terminals, and personal navigation systems not only need power to run complex application-specific software, they need power for white light emitting diodes (WLEDs) to illuminate the display.
Chu, "Design and fabrication of white light emitting diodes with an omnidirectional reflector," Applied Optics, vol.
Using high-performance, white light emitting diodes (LEDs), the researchers from Corporate Technology in Munich succeeded in transmitting data across more than a meter of empty space.
Willander, "A comparative study of the electrodeposition and the aqueous chemical growth techniques for the utilization of ZnO nanorods on p-GaN for white light emitting diodes," Superlattices and Microstructures, vol.