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LED Wavelengths - Light Emitting Diodes and Semiconductor Lasers

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LED Wavelengths - Light Emitting Diodes and Semiconductor Lasers

Active Optical Devices Specialization

This course can also be taken for academic credit as ECEA 5605, part of CU Boulder’s Master of Science in Electrical Engineering degree.

LEDs and Semiconductor Lasers Course Introduction

You will learn about semiconductor light emitting diodes (LEDs) and lasers, and the important rules for their analysis, planning, design, and implementation. You will also apply your knowledge through challenging homework problem sets to cement your understanding of the material and prepare you to apply in your career.

Course Learning Outcomes

At the end of this course you will be able to…

(1) Design a semiconductor light emitting diode and analyze efficiency

(2) Design a semiconductor laser

(3) Choose suitable semiconductor materials for light emitting devices

In the last module, we learned about how semiconductors can emit light. In this module, we will apply this knowledge to learn about the basics of light emitting diodes. These devices are everywhere you turn and you now have the tools to develop a complete understanding of their operation.

LED Wavelengths - Light Emitting Diodes and Semiconductor Lasers

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Common LED wavelengths

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Common LED wavelengths

Common LED wavelengths used by fluorescence microscopists for fixed cell and live-cell applications are 365/470+535/635 and 440/470+500/565.

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LEDs Only Excite Desired Wavelengths

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Explanation as to why LEDs

Explanation as to why LEDs are better for exciting fluorophores in fluorescence microscopy.