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    voltage controlled current source

    Hi,

    How do you go about implementing a voltage controlled current source? The symbol for this in Pspice is G.

    My inputs are differential (can be positive and negative) and I want the output current to be bi-directional. I cannot ground the inputs or load it.

    Thanks.

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    voltage controlled current source

    do you want to implement a G on a board ?
    if yes, you must search for OTA and G IC .



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    voltage controlled current source

    A differential-input amplifier + a voltage-to-current coverter can realize a vcvs. Both can be contructed with opamps.
    [size=2]Best Regards,[/size]
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