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Full Wave Bridge Rectifier

Bronco Jolly

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Sure it can be, you only have to feed an AC signal to it's input (form a transformer for example) and measure it's output using an oscilloscope. Oscilloscope probe and input will provide some load to the rectifier and thus you will be able to see the full wave rectification and determinate if the bridge is working.

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