Abstract

Absolute radiometric power measurements made with silicon photodiodes have been compared directly with those obtained by electrical substitution radiometry on which the Australian radiometric scales are based. Inversion layer photodiodes requiring no front-surface electrode were used. Agreement between the two techniques was found at the level of 0.1% averaged over four laser wavelengths from 458 to 633 nm.

© 1987 Optical Society of America

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