Development, performance and application of novel GaN-based micro-LED arrays with individually addressable n-electrodes

Enyuan Xie, Mark Stonehouse, Ricardo Ferreira, Jonathan J. D. McKendry, Johannes Herrnsdorf, Xiangyu He, Sujan Rajbhandari, Hyunchae Chun, Aravind V.N. Jalajakumari, Oscar Almer, Grahame Faulkner, Ian M. Watson, Erdan Gu, Robert Henderson, Dominic O'Brien, Martin D. Dawson

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Abstract

We demonstrate the development, performance and application of a GaN-based micro-light emitting diode array sharing a common p-electrode with individual-addressed n-electrodes. These individually-addressed n-electrodes minimize the series-resistance difference from conductive paths, and offer compatibility with n-type metal-oxide-semiconductor transistor-based drivers for faster modulation.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication2017 IEEE Photonics Conference (IPC)
Place of PublicationPiscataway, N.J.
PublisherIEEE
Number of pages2
ISBN (Print)978-1-5090-6579-0
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 23 Nov 2017

Keywords

  • GaN micro light emitting diodes
  • uLED arrays
  • PMOs

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    Xie, E. (Creator), Stonehouse, M. (Creator), Ferreira, R. (Creator), McKendry, J. (Creator), Herrnsdorf, J. (Creator), HE, X. (Creator), Rajbhandari, S. (Creator), Chun, H. (Creator), Jalajakumari, A. V. N. (Creator), Almer, O. (Creator), Videv, S. (Creator), Faulkner, G. (Creator), Watson, I. (Creator), Gu, E. (Creator), Henderson, R. (Creator), O'Brien, D. (Creator), Haas, H. (Creator), Dawson, M. (Creator), 7 Oct 2017

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