Abstract

High-performance InGaN-based green resonant- cavity light-emitting diodes (RCLEDs) with a plating Cu substrate for plastic optical fiber communication applications are reported. Good stability of emission wavelength was obtained at 0.016 nm/mA. The RCLEDs presents low temperature dependence, showing only a 3% drop in light output power as the temperature increasing from 25 to 85 $^{\circ} $C. The superior performance can be attributed to the decreased dynamic series resistance and the enhanced thermal dissipation of the heat sink substrate.

© 2009 IEEE

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