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Method of detection microplasma in solar cells

Originální název

Method of detection microplasma in solar cells

Anglický název

Method of detection microplasma in solar cells

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

This paper is intended to present the results of our studies of 3 silicon solar cells designed for concentrator systems, of dimensions 80 x 80 mm. These specimens feature a main conductor bar located at the specimen side and auxiliary conductor bars buried in the substrate in order to carry much higher current densities than in ordinary cells. Noise and transport characteristics have been measured in the framework of this study. An analysis of U-I characteristics is presented in this paper. The spectral power density versus frequency function allowed us to evaluate the different types of noise. On the basis of the behaviour of particular spectral power densities versus forward voltage plots the quality of the different specimens can be evaluated.

Anglický abstrakt

This paper is intended to present the results of our studies of 3 silicon solar cells designed for concentrator systems, of dimensions 80 x 80 mm. These specimens feature a main conductor bar located at the specimen side and auxiliary conductor bars buried in the substrate in order to carry much higher current densities than in ordinary cells. Noise and transport characteristics have been measured in the framework of this study. An analysis of U-I characteristics is presented in this paper. The spectral power density versus frequency function allowed us to evaluate the different types of noise. On the basis of the behaviour of particular spectral power densities versus forward voltage plots the quality of the different specimens can be evaluated.

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@inproceedings{BUT29638,
  author="Jan {Dolenský} and Aleš {Veselý} and Jiří {Vaněk} and Jiří {Kazelle}",
  title="Method of detection microplasma in solar cells",
  annote="This paper is intended to present the results of our studies of 3 silicon solar cells designed for concentrator systems, of dimensions 80 x 80 mm. These specimens feature a main conductor bar located at the specimen side and auxiliary conductor bars buried in the substrate in order to carry much higher current densities than in ordinary cells.
Noise and transport characteristics have been measured in the framework of this study. An analysis of U-I characteristics is presented in this paper. The spectral power density versus frequency function allowed us to evaluate the different types of noise. On the basis of the behaviour of particular spectral power densities versus forward voltage plots the quality of the different specimens can be evaluated.",
  address="Akademické centrum GEPARD International, s.r.o.",
  booktitle="Advanced Batteries Accumulators and Fuel Cells,10th ABAF",
  chapter="29638",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  institution="Akademické centrum GEPARD International, s.r.o.",
  year="2009",
  month="august",
  pages="138--1141",
  publisher="Akademické centrum GEPARD International, s.r.o.",
  type="conference paper"
}