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Silicon Avalanche Based Light Emitting Diodes and Their Potential Integration into CMOS and RF Integrated Circuit Technology

By Kaikai Xu, Weifeng Sun, Kingsley A. Ogudo, Lukas W. Snyman, Jean- Luc Polleux, Qi Yu and Guannpyng Li

Submitted: May 8th 2014Reviewed: August 27th 2014Published: November 19th 2014

DOI: 10.5772/58968

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Kaikai Xu, Weifeng Sun, Kingsley A. Ogudo, Lukas W. Snyman, Jean- Luc Polleux, Qi Yu and Guannpyng Li (November 19th 2014). Silicon Avalanche Based Light Emitting Diodes and Their Potential Integration into CMOS and RF Integrated Circuit Technology, Advances in Optical Communication Narottam Das, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/58968. Available from:

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