Abstract

This study presents high-efficiency of 23.52% single-junction GaAs solar cell using ITO-film as antireflection and passivation layer deposited by thermally-RF-sputtering. The impressive enhanced in efficiency of 8.94% was obtained, compared to the cell with SiO2-film.

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