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Complete CuInS2 solar cells were fabricated at GRC using the cell architecture shown in Fig. 6.30. After coating the glass substrates with Mo, CuInS2 lms were deposited via AACVD, following procedures optimized for the atmospheric-pressure hot-wall reactor (reactor A). Postdeposition, sulfur/Aranneals were performed from 450 C to 580 C for up to 17 h. The lms were then etched in a 1.5 M KCN solution for 1 min at room temperature to remove residual Cu2S. Cadmium sul de (CdS) was then deposited on the lms using chemical bath deposition (CBD) to form the collecting heterojunction. The CBD used a solution of 0.001 M CdSO4, 1.5 M NH4OH, and 0.0075 M thiourea (H2NC(S)NH2). The bath was heated to 70 C. Samples were immersed into the bath for 7 to 10 min until the solution started turning yellow. Once the CdS had been deposited, lms were placed in an ultrasonic bath to remove particulates. A layer of ZnO : F was deposited from a 16.5 cm (6.5 in) diameter F-doped ZnO target in a RF sputtering system using pure Ar as the sputter gas. Aluminum (Al) was used as the top contact metal. A 0.2- m-thick layer of Al was deposited by thermal evaporation through a shadow mask. The devices were isolated by mechanical scribing. The nal cell area of the GRCproduced devices was typically 0.4 cm2.
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Figures 2.13 2.17 show the use of dB and dBm relative to 1 mW to determine the power link budget of a RF communication system. Figure 2.13 shows a typical cellular communication system. A base station is trying to communicate with a mobile unit. Unfortunately, a hill is blocking the direct RF signal. However, the RF signal transmitted from the base station can re ect off a nearby hill and still reach the mobile unit as shown. The re ection off the hill sends the RF power in all directions, so the received power at the mobile will be less than if there was a direct path. Figure 2.14 shows the mean path loss of the RF signal under various propagation conditions for the situation demonstrated in Figure 2.13. The curves
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Figure 16-28: Windows Firewall is usually a set it and forget it affair, but if a game isn t communicating online, this is the place to start troubleshooting.
Figure 2.15 Fiber-optic system, consisting of light sources, glass bers, and light detectors.
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