Hi, I am wondering about how to find voltage across the current source.
The formula that my school gave out was
V2 = 1/(1+R1/R2 * (1/(1+A)) * V1
How do you get to this?
September 05, 2017
I would suggest using superposition. First work out the voltage with V1 shorted and then work out the voltage with CCS1 open-circuit. Then add these two results.
September 08, 2017
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