Optoelectronic semiconductor devices
Optoelectronic Semiconductor Devices is a comprehensive new textbook offering a complete blend of theory and practice. Starting with basic semiconductor theory it moves on through a discussion of light emitters and detectors and then to their actual manufacture. Features of the book include full coverage of basic semiconductors and semiconductor lasers not seen in most optoelectronic textbooks of this level; treatment of all types of detectors, not just pin and avalanche diodes; details of materials and fabrication; and extensive references, conceptual and numerical problems and worked examples. Optoelectronic Semiconductor Devices can be used by undergraduate and postgraduate students in departments of physics or electrical engineering.
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