This shows a sine wave, then half-wave and full-wave rectified versions of it. Source: 29 August 2005 . . Omegatron (Talk) . .1160x860 (88900 bytes)Created by User:Omegatron using gnuplot and post-processing in the GIMP
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|current||19:38, January 2, 2006||800 × 593 (73 KB)||Dore chakravarty||==Summary== This shows a sine wave, then half-wave and full-wave rectified versions of it. Source: 29 August 2005 . . Omegatron (Talk) . .1160x860 (88900 bytes)Created by User:Omegatron using gnuplot and post-processing in the GIMP ==License== I, the cr|