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Photodiodes: From Fundamentals to Applications

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Photodiodes: From Fundamentals to Applications
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789535108955
Number of pages: 368

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This book represents recent progress and development of the photodiodes including the fundamental reviews and the specific applications developed by the authors themselves. The book is intended for graduate students, engineers, and researchers who are especially interested in the area of optoelectronic device applications.

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