Basic multiplier circuits

Posted on Jan 13, 2013

The Greinacher doubler circuit (a) transforms a grounded AC voltage (peak voltage Up) into symmetrical DC voltages of 1x Up each, thus producing 2x Up between outputs. If the input voltage is already symmetrical (e.g. as in an Obit), the Greinacher circuit may be doubled according to (b).

Basic multiplier circuits
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