A current controlled voltage source produces a voltage that is linearly proportional to a current. A resistor has the same behavior. And the gain for a CCVS is measured in ohms, which is the same unit that measures a resistor. So what is the difference between them? Is a resistor just a kind of CCVS (and I guess also a VCCS) and if so, how does it differ from an ideal CCVS?
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