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In practice, a current source inverter consists of an AC/ DC converter with a large inductance ‘L’ in the output. This inductance maintains a ……… …………through the switching devices over short interval of time. A) constant current B) constant voltage C) constant power D) none of the (A), (B), (C)

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In practice, a current source inverter consists of an AC/ DC converter with a large inductance ‘L’ in the output. This inductance maintains a constant current through the switching devices over short interval of time. 

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