Analyzing waveforms at different nodes in a circuit is a common requirement specially while working with large and complicated designs.
By default all the probes are displayed in a single plot window. If no. of waveforms are more, they gets overlapped and if the data range for all the waveforms are different, it becomes difficult to analyze those waveforms in a single plot window.
You can segregate these waveforms in two ways:
1. Add plots for different waveforms in same window as shown below. Here you can see different plots like AVG(-V(DISS_PWR)), V(R0), -I(V3), I(V20) in a single output window. You can do it via Plot -> Add Plot to Window, copy/cut any waveform and paste it in new plot.
2. Plot waveform in a new window. The new window also starts in monitor mode because it is associated with the same waveform data file (TIME.dat in these snapshots). Below image shows plot -I(V3) in a new TIME.dat window. Open new window from Window-> New Window and cut/copy – paste any waveform from the original window or add trace using Trace-> Add Trace option
These features make viewing and analyzing waveforms in PSpice easier.
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