|Created||January 06, 2017|
|Last modified||December 23, 2020|
This simulation shows how a finite (not infinite) parallel internal resistance makes a current source behave in a non-ideal way.
This example is from the Ideal Sources chapter of Ultimate Electronics Book. It shows a DC Sweep simulation which demonstrates that having a finite parallel internal resistance makes the behavior of a current source be non-ideal, because the current now varies as the terminal voltage changes. (An ideal current source has infinite internal resistance.)
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