A controlled source is a two-port component in which port 1 senses an electrical quantity (current or voltage) and uses that quantity to control a voltage or current source at port 2.
To control sources with real signals, use the Signal Current and Signal Voltage components.
CCC - linear current-controlled current source
CCV - linear current-controlled voltage source
VCC - linear voltage-controlled current source
VCV - linear voltage-controlled voltage source
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