Current-to-voltage converter for linearity correction of low shunt resistance photovoltaic

Makai, Janos P.; Makai, Jozsef J.
June 1996
Review of Scientific Instruments;Jun96, Vol. 67 Issue 6, p2381
Academic Journal
Examines the usable range of a traditional current-to-voltage converter unit with low shunt resistance photodiodes and analyzes the bootstrapping technique. Use of the unit to measure irradiance range at low frequencies used in radiometry; Influence of shunt resistance and applied circuitry on the linearity of photovoltaic quantum detectors.


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