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Non-destructive Characterization of Micro-sized Defects in the Solar Cell Structure

Originální název

Non-destructive Characterization of Micro-sized Defects in the Solar Cell Structure

Anglický název

Non-destructive Characterization of Micro-sized Defects in the Solar Cell Structure

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en

Originální abstrakt

This work is focused on noise measurements application for solar cells quality assessment. Particular micro-sized defects are responsible for impulse noise, usually referred to as Microplasma noise. This phenomenon will be investigated in time and frequency domain in this paper. In addition, the Microplasma defect region size is determined using capacitance measurement. Note, that presented non-destructive measurement methodology is suitable for testing of devices with potential barrier not only for solar cells.

Anglický abstrakt

This work is focused on noise measurements application for solar cells quality assessment. Particular micro-sized defects are responsible for impulse noise, usually referred to as Microplasma noise. This phenomenon will be investigated in time and frequency domain in this paper. In addition, the Microplasma defect region size is determined using capacitance measurement. Note, that presented non-destructive measurement methodology is suitable for testing of devices with potential barrier not only for solar cells.

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@inproceedings{BUT96049,
  author="Nadezda {Bogatyreva} and Robert {Macků}",
  title="Non-destructive Characterization of Micro-sized Defects in the Solar Cell Structure",
  annote="This work is focused on noise measurements application for solar cells quality assessment. Particular micro-sized defects are responsible for impulse noise, usually referred to as Microplasma noise. This phenomenon will be investigated in time and frequency domain in this paper. In addition, the Microplasma defect region size is determined using capacitance measurement. Note, that presented non-destructive measurement methodology is suitable for testing of devices with potential barrier not only for solar cells.",
  booktitle="Fracture mechanics for Durability, Reliability and Safety",
  chapter="96049",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  year="2012",
  month="august",
  pages="564--571",
  type="conference paper"
}