Draw a labelled circuit diagram of a full wave rectifier. Show graphically how the output voltage varies with time. - Physics (Theory)

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Draw a labelled circuit diagram of a full wave rectifier. Show graphically how the output voltage varies with time.

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Full wave rectifier (Circuit diagram):

Variation of input/output voltage with time:

Concept: Application of Junction Diode as a Rectifier
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