Abstract

One-transistor amplifier circuits for photovoltaic cells are described which allow operation of the cell into a near-zero load resistance, and which yield voltage signals of up to 60 V. The suitability of the circuits for quantitative work is examined.

© 1963 Optical Society of America

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