publication . Other literature type . Doctoral thesis . 2006

Increasing the Brightness of Light Sources

Fu, Ling;
English
  • Published: 21 Dec 2006
  • Publisher: Philipps-Universität Marburg
  • Country: Germany
Abstract
In modern illumination systems, compact size and high brightness are important features. Light recycling allows an increase of the spectral radiance (brightness) emitted by a light source for the price of reducing the total radiant power. Light recycling means returning part of the emitted light to the source where part of it will escape absorption. As a result, the output brightness can be increased in a restricted phase space, compared with the intrinsic brightness of the source. In this work the principle of light recycling is applied to artificial light sources in order to achieve brightness enhancement. Firstly, the feasibilities of increasing the brightnes...
Subjects
free text keywords: Lichtquelle ; Radiometrie ; Brightness ; Strahldichte ; Radiometry ; Physik ; Physics ; Photonic bandgap materials (for photonic crystal lasers, see 42.55.Tv) ; Optical waveguides and couplers (for fiber waveguides and waveguides in integrated optics, see 42.81.Qb and 42.82.Et ; Optical sources and standards (for lasers, see 42.55.-f; see also 07.57.Hm in instruments) ; Licht-Recycling ; Light sources ; Light recycling ; 2006, Physik -- Physics -- Photonic bandgap materials (for photonic crystal lasers, see 42.55.Tv) -- Optical waveguides and couplers (for fiber waveguides and waveguides in integrated optics, see 42.81.Qb and 42.82.Et -- Optical sources and standards (for lasers, see 42.55.-f; see also 07.57.Hm in instruments), Strahldichte, Light recycling, Radiometrie, Physics, Physik, Light sources, Radiometry, Brightness, Licht-Recycling, Lichtquelle, ddc:530
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