Ripple (physics)

Ripple (physics) may refer to:

*Ripple (electrical)
**Ripple (electrical)#Time-domain ripple, the unwanted periodic voltage dc power supplies
**Ripple (electrical)#Frequency-domain ripple, the periodic variations in filter insertion loss
*Capillary wave, a ripple along the interface of two fluids

For other uses, see ripple


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