rectifier filter

rectifier filter

[′rek·tə‚fī·ər ‚fil·tər]
(electronics)
An electric filter used in smoothing out the voltage fluctuation of an electron tube rectifier, and generally placed between the rectifier's output and the load resistance.
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The rectifier filter is able to block this noise, allowing only the "useful" input signal that is in phase with the oscillator frequency to pass.
This principle involves a fixed oscillator frequency combined with a rectifier filter.
The rectifier filter is designed to block this noise, allowing only the "useful" input signal, which is in phase with the oscillator frequency, to pass.