resonant-mode power supply

resonant-mode power supply

[¦rez·ən·ənt ¦mōd ′pȧu̇·ər sə‚plī]
(electronics)
An electronic power supply in which the current and voltage waveforms are shaped to sinusoids by a small inductor and capacitor inserted in the current path.
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