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How do you increase current without changing voltage?

Use a conductor that has low resistivity. The conductor can be used for a small length. Use a thick wire. The temperature of the circuit needs to be decreased. Semiconductor has a negative temprature coefficient, so if operating temprature is high, use it. Eliminate the circuit losses.

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