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  • Application
    US 12/572345 2009-10-02
  • Publication
    US 20100084668 2010-04-08
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    US 7982228 2011-07-19

granted patent: Semiconductor Color-Tunable Broadband Light Sources And Full-Color Microdisplays

TitleSemiconductor Color-Tunable Broadband Light Sources And Full-Color Microdisplays
Granted PatentUS 7982228
Granted Date2011-07-19
Priority Date2009-10-02 US 12/572345
2008-10-03 US 12/102760P
Inventors
Issue Date2011
Citation
US Patent 7982228. Washington, DC: US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), 2011 How to Cite?
Abstract
Methods And Systems Are Provided That May Be Used To Utilize And Manufacture A Light Sources Apparatus. A First Light Emitting Diode Emits Light Having A First Wavelength, And A Second Light Emitting Diode For Emitting Light Having A Second Wavelength. Each Of The First And Second Light Emitting Diodes May Comprise Angled Facets To Reflect Incident Light In A Direct Toward A Top End Of The First Light Emitting Diode. The Second Light Emitting Diode Comprising Angled Facets May Reflect Incident Light In A Direction Toward A Top End Of The Second Light Emitting Diode. A First Distributed Bragg Reflector Is Disposed Between The Top End Of The First Light Emitting Diode And A Bottom End Of The Second Light Emitting Diode To Allow Light From The First Light Emitting Diode To Pass Through And To Reflect Light From The Second Light Emitting Diode.
Persistent Identifierhttp://hdl.handle.net/10722/140297
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dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10722/140297-
dc.description.abstractMethods And Systems Are Provided That May Be Used To Utilize And Manufacture A Light Sources Apparatus. A First Light Emitting Diode Emits Light Having A First Wavelength, And A Second Light Emitting Diode For Emitting Light Having A Second Wavelength. Each Of The First And Second Light Emitting Diodes May Comprise Angled Facets To Reflect Incident Light In A Direct Toward A Top End Of The First Light Emitting Diode. The Second Light Emitting Diode Comprising Angled Facets May Reflect Incident Light In A Direction Toward A Top End Of The Second Light Emitting Diode. A First Distributed Bragg Reflector Is Disposed Between The Top End Of The First Light Emitting Diode And A Bottom End Of The Second Light Emitting Diode To Allow Light From The First Light Emitting Diode To Pass Through And To Reflect Light From The Second Light Emitting Diode.en_HK
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dc.titleSemiconductor Color-Tunable Broadband Light Sources And Full-Color Microdisplaysen_HK
dc.typePatenten_US
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