Abstract

A novel electrode structure utilizing the low-index properties of conductive polymers is explored for outcoupling enhancement in OLEDs. Index contrast due to conductive polymer layers makes ITO microstructuring optically meaningful, enabling extraction of waveguided modes.

© 2011 Optical Society of America

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