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The Vdc of Full Wave Rectifier (with diode) with midpoint configuration has been found to be

2Vm/(pi) and Vrms = Vm/sqrt(2)

How about the Vdc and Vrms value for the full wave rectifier but with bridge configuration.

The difference is the the peak inverse voltage across the diode is Vm instead of 2Vm for midpoint configuration.

Therefore, for bridge configuration,

Vdc = Vm/(pi)

and

Vrms = Vm/2

Am I correct?

Thanks in advance.

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