Abstract

The enhanced light extraction and collimated output beam profile from GaN/InGaN vertical-injection light emitting diodes are demonstrated utilizing high-aspect-ratio nanorod arrays. The nanorod arrays are patterned by self-assembled silica spheres, followed by inductively-coupled-plasma reactive-ion-etching.

© 2009 Optical Society of America

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