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Rectification with voltage regulator

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dominiz

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Plsease i need some guideline on how to contruct a rectifying, with appropriate diagram that will guide me. Thanks
 

MikeMl

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Plsease i need some guideline on how to contruct a rectifying, with appropriate diagram that will guide me. Thanks
Are you asking on how to use a voltage regulator as a rectifier?
 

audioguru

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Why do nOObs come here and do not know what to ask about and do not know how to ask about it?
 

alec_t

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Why do nOObs come here and do not know what to ask about and do not know how to ask about it?
Because they are noobs :)
 

Mr RB

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I understood him fine. He wants to construct a circuit to do the rectifying and with added voltage regulation, and wanted a diagram.

We shouldn't be so hard on people who have imperfect English skills, that is unfriendly. The OP used correctly spelled terms "rectification" "voltage regulator" and "diagram" which is probably a lot better than we could have done trying to post a question in his native language.

Now we probably lost the OP so non of it matters...
 

atferrari

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Why do nOObs come here and do not know what to ask about and do not know how to ask about it?

Because they are way tOO young, and you, way tOO old? :D :D :D :D :D :D

When you know what to ask and how to ask it, maybe/most probably you do not need to ask anymore...
 

audioguru

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Am I the only old geezer who comes here to talk in clear English about complicated new circuits?
I think that foreigners should chat on a website in their own country in their own language.
I also think that nOObs should have their own website to talk about the basics.
 

audioguru

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When I went to school a long time ago the teacher helped with doing homework.
Now teachers do NOTHING!
 

Ian Rogers

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When I went to school a long time ago the teacher helped with doing homework.
Now teachers do NOTHING!

Well said.... However.... Where some folk come from, education is harder to find....

The beauty of "T'interweb" forums is you can choose whether to help or not!...

I do understand your frustrations though.... EM even gives us a spell checker in this little box... There are good translators on the web.. There IS no excuse.
 
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