Transfer Function with Current

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  1. ihaveaquestion

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    Anyone? Before I make an attempt I just want to make sure I'm not wasting my time doing it a way that's not possible
     
  3. The Electrician

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    For a circuit as simple as this, either mesh or nodal analysis will work. The only impossibility arises when using the mesh method with a non-planar network, which this is not.

    You can even solve this network just by doing a few series-parallel transformations; you can almost do it in your head.

    All that said, usually when you have only current sources driving a network, the nodal method is most straightforward. If voltage sources alone are present, then the mesh or loop method is good. Otherwise, you may have to use concepts like supernodes or supermeshes.
     
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    Yep, that's what I get.

    It's interesting that the transfer function in the reverse direction is the same.
     
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