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PERFORMANCE OF ADVANCED TRIPLE-JUNCTION (ATJ) SOLAR CELLS

@inproceedings{Morales2006PERFORMANCEOA,
  title={PERFORMANCE OF ADVANCED TRIPLE-JUNCTION (ATJ) SOLAR CELLS},
  author={Rafael Mauricio Morales},
  year={2006}
}
Advanced Triple Junction (ATJ) InGaP/InGaAs/Ge solar cells use stateof-the-art photovoltaic technologies whice are based on multiple semiconductor junctions. This work analyzes their performance on the surface of the earth, obtaining noticeably-improved results compared to conventional technologies in all performed tests. The analysis takes into account the solar cells electrical characteristics, relevant modeling parameters (efficiency and fill factor, among others) and the effect of external… 

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