## What is a Dependant voltage source?

A dependent source is a current or voltage source whose value is not fixed (i.e., independent) but rather which depends on some other circuit current or voltage. The general form for the value of a dependent source is Y=kX where X and Y are currents and/or voltages and k is the proportionality factor.

**Can we convert dependent current source to voltage source?**

The process carried out here is called source transformation. We have transformed an existing current source with a parallel resistor into an equivalent voltage source with a series resistor.

**What is current controlled voltage source?**

Current Controlled Voltage Source (CCVS) A CCVS is a voltage source where the voltage is controlled by a current elsewhere in a circuit. Here, we’ve specified a gain of 100, and a controlling current of R1.nA, meaning the current into terminal nA of resistor R1: Current Controlled Voltage Source (CCVS) Example.

### What is difference between voltage source and current source?

In other words, the source is an active network element meant for generating electrical energy. The various types of sources available in the electrical network are voltage source and current sources. A voltage source has a forcing function of emf whereas the current source has a forcing function of current.

**What is the difference between dependent source and independent source?**

Independent source are those, whose value of either the voltage or the current to be delivered is independent of any other parameter of the network. Where as the dependent sources are those, whose value of either the voltage or the current to be delivered is dependent or controlled on other parameters of the network.

**How do you turn a voltage source into a current source?**

Transformation techniques let you convert a practical voltage source with a resistor connected in series to a current source with a resistor connected in parallel. Therefore, you can convert a relatively complex circuit to an equivalent circuit if all the devices in the external circuit are connected in parallel.

## How can a voltage source be replaced by a current source?

Performing a source transformation consists of using Ohm’s law to take an existing voltage source in series with a resistance, and replacing it with a current source in parallel with the same resistance, or vice versa. The transformed sources are considered identical and can be substituted for one another in a circuit.

**What is the ideal voltage source?**

By definition, an ideal voltage source is a two-terminal element with the property that the voltage across the terminals is specified at every instant in time. This voltage does not depend on the current through the source. That is, any current in any direction could possibly flow through the source.

**Which is a dependent source of PSpice voltage?**

not present Dependent Source Abbreviation PSPICE Name Voltage Controlled Voltage Source VCVS E Current Controlled Current Source CCCS F Voltage Controlled Current Source VCCS G Current Controlled Voltage Source CCVS H

### How to use DC voltage and current sources?

DC voltage/current sources – Multisim Live Get help on how to use our online circuit design and simulation tools as well as information on how specific circuit components are modeled and simulated.

**How are node voltages used in ABM sources?**

The expression is specified as a mathematical equation which is supported by a large set of mathematical and logical functions and operators. Any number of node voltage and branch current variables may be used within the controlling expression. For this reason, the ABM sources do not rely on pins for their inputs.

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