An optimum circuit for controlling bias voltages applied to a solar cell during the process of measuring its pulsed current-voltage characteristic (IVC) is suggested. It is shown that the use of an optimum law of control of bias voltage under conditions of a sufficiently short light pulse (6.5 ms) makes it possible to substantially reduce the deviation of dynamic IVC from the ideal static characteristic. This significantly increases the accuracy of the measuring system, which, in turn, leads to an increased accuracy of determining the internal parameters of a solar cell on the basis of the consideration of one or other electrical model.
Russian Microelectronics – Springer Journals
Published: Dec 4, 2011
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