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Saptarshi Sarkar

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- Need an intuitive explanation as to why input and output impedances of ideal current and voltage amplifiers are what they are.

I was reading about ideal current and voltage amplifiers and the book says that an ideal current amplifier should have 0 input impedance and infinite output impedance while an ideal voltage amplifier should have an infinite input impedance and 0 output impedance.

I am not quite sure I understand why this is. Can anyone give me an intuitive explanation as to why it is that way?

I am not quite sure I understand why this is. Can anyone give me an intuitive explanation as to why it is that way?