You don't have to redefine Iout. If your schematic has Iout flowing out of the pin #1 and the controlled current is +3*Iout, then if your simulation variable is actually flowing into pin #1 you simply have your controlled current be -3*Iout. Do yourself and anyone looking at your simulation schematic a favor and include a note explaining the reason for the apparent sign discrepancy.Thank you so much for your advice!
However, I cannot solve the problem by re-defining Iout. I've tried to set another component(R1) as the variable for current source, since I set Iout to flow toward that resistor. But it didn't work.
Could you recommend any other method or tips for it?
Thank you in advance.
That's not what I meant.Thank you so much. you just gave me an insight to understanding the circuit.
I need to review and study the basics of circuit.
but by the way what does your last sentence mean? you said you also want me to do others a favor when they encounter problems as I did?
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