I am currently learning about voltage controlled current sources and small signal models. Current sources in general have always been a source of confusion for me (no pun intended).
I drew a circuit diagram below to illustrate my problem. In this circuit, what happens to resistor Re? I thought that since there are current sources on both sides of it the current would come in from both ends and cancel eachother out. Ultimately, no net current would flow through it, making it "open".
If VCCS1 is greater than VCCS2, would that make current flow from left to right in Re? is it possible for the current coming from VCCS1 to "override" and oppose the current coming from VCCS2 and make current travel up as opposed to down that right branch?