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2.3.3.11 Current Controlled Voltage Source
The constitutive relation for a linear current controlled voltage source is given as
V_{out} = r^{ . }I_{in} with r being the transresistance of
the device. This is the most complicated controlled source as it requires
two additional branch currents.
y_{x, y} 




I_{in} 
I_{out} 
f 
n_{1} 




1 

 I_{in} 
n_{2} 




1 

I_{in} 
n_{3} 





1 
I_{out} 
n_{4} 





1 
 I_{out} 
I_{in} 
1 
1 




 V_{in} 
I_{out} 


1 
1 
r 

V_{out}  r^{ . }I_{in} 
Again,
I_{in} could be eliminated to reduce the rank of the stamp by one.
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Tibor Grasser
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