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rec·ti·fi·er

(rek'ti-fī'ĕr),
An electronic device for converting alternating to direct voltage, part of the circuitry of an x-ray machine.
[Mediev. L. rectifico, to make right, fr. rectus, right + facio to make]

rec·ti·fi·er

(rek'ti-fī'ĕr)
An electronic device for converting alternating to direct voltage, part of the circuitry of an x-ray machine.
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Full-wave rectifiers show the possibility of parallel connection of several converters in the IPOP modular structure.
Although the full-wave rectifier was used to obtain the discrete clock frequency, any other even nonlinearity would accomplish the same result.
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