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  1. or any current, depending upon what is applied here. So, this is called a norator. I is anything.
  2. V is anything. This is called a norator.
  3. An ideal transistor therefore, is a combination of nullator and norator, with a junction between
  4. nullator and norator.
  5. zero; and norator is something with I anything and V anything.
  6. therefore, I want a nullator norator equivalent for this. It is very simple. I want a nullator
  7. norator equivalent.
  8. That means, if there is a nullor, there should be a norator corresponding to that, somewhere
  9. existing or norator existing; in which case, equivalent circuit for a short circuit will
  10. zero, this norator will permit any current to flow through. So, this nullor will make
  11. here can be anything, because of the norator. The voltage across this is zero. The voltage
  12. open circuit. Now, for the transistor, what is the equivalent? Nullator and norator will
  13. The junction point of nullator and norator is the emitter. So, if you have in a network,
  14. nullator and norator forming a junction, such a network can be realized using transistors.
  15. If you have a nullator norator formulating a junction, such a network can be used using,
  16. amplifier, the nullator comes in series at the input and norator comes in series at the
  17. output. And the nullator norator junction is common to both input and output; and that
  18. and any current. So, this is a norator. So this is the simplest equivalent circuit in
  19. terms of nullator-norator, for an operational amplifier of this type. We have already discussed
  20. this nullator-norator concept earlier in equivalent circuit.