resonant voltage step-up

resonant voltage step-up

[′res·ən·ənt ¦vōl·tij ′step‚əp]
(electricity)
Ability of an inductor and a capacitor in a series resonant circuit to deliver a voltage several times greater than the input voltage of the circuit.
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