Which of the following are TRUE concerning rectifier circuits? Select all that apply. a. The output of an ideal full wave rectifier is zero volts only when the input is zero volts. b. Half-wave rectifier circuits need a minimum of 4 diodes to operate. c. In an ideal full wave bridge rectifier, half of the diodes are in the ON state and half of the diodes are in the OFF state at any given time the input voltage is not zero. d. The output of an ideal half wave rectifier is zero volts only when the input is zero volts. e. A turn-on voltage of a diode (y,) greater than zero can cause the output of a full wave rectifier to be zero volts even when the input is not zero volts. f. An advantage of the half wave rectifier is that is can use a smoothing capacitor, while a full wave rectifier cannot.

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