Abstract

We study plasmonic nanoparticle arrays on top of silicon solar cells for efficient light coupling. An optimized nanoparticle array combined with a Si3N4 spacer layer shows 8% more incoupling than the standard Si3N4 antireflection coating.

© 2010 Optical Society of America

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