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Rectifier Filtering

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In this animated object, students observe how the pulsating DC output voltage of a full-wave rectifier is filtered by a capacitor.

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it was realy great i understood that clearly

Posted by Mohammad Saeed on 9/10/2009 12:00:00 AM Reply

The musical instrument amplifier is continually evolving, from purely vacuum tube designs to the modern digital effects, computer processors, and vacuum tubes. It is quite naive to believe vacuum tube theory and practice has no place in the present digital world. Some modern amplifiers use not only the +5, +15, and -15 dc voltages, but also have dc voltages as high as 725 volts on their vacuum tubes, which poses deadly consequences to the untrained technician.

Posted by Robert Farlow on 6/7/2012 6:36:25 PM Reply

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