|Feb16-07, 09:25 AM||#1|
Is the period on a voltage vs. time graph for a half-wave signal the same as the period of a normal alternating current's waveform?
Are there any good books that discuss rectification?
|Feb16-07, 09:32 AM||#2|
If the former signal is made by rectifying the latter, yes - they have the same period.
However, if you a symmetric full-wave rectification on a sinusoidal (or other symmetric) signal, you halve the period (double the frequency).
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