Altium NEXUS Documentation

SimView_Cmd-RecallWaveformRecallWaveform_AD

Created: March 11, 2022 | Updated: March 11, 2022
This documentation page references Altium NEXUS/NEXUS Client (part of the deployed NEXUS solution), which has been discontinued. All your PCB design, data management and collaboration needs can now be delivered by Altium Designer (with Altium Designer Enterprise Subscription) and a connected Altium 365 Workspace. Check out the FAQs page for more information.

Parent page: SimView Commands

The following pre-packaged resource, derived from this base command, is available:


Applied Parameters: None

Summary

This command is used to recall (or load) a waveform that has previously been stored.

Access

This command is accessed from the SimData Editor by choosing the Tools » Recall Waveform command from the main menus.

Use

After launching the command, a File Explorer dialog will open in which you can browse to and open the required waveform file (<StoredFileName>.wdf). The waveform will be recalled and loaded into the list of possible source simulation data waveforms for the active chart.

Notes

  • The possible source simulation waveforms for the current chart are listed in the Source Data dialog (Chart » Source Data). From this dialog, you can create new waveforms to add to the list, edit existing waveforms, delete waveforms, and store and retrieve waveforms as required.
  • If a waveform is recalled that possesses the same name as an existing waveform in the list, the recalled waveform will be given the suffix _1. Subsequent recall of the same waveform will result in waveforms appearing in the list with incremented suffixes (_2, _3, etc.).
  • The list of possible source simulation waveforms that can be added to the active chart are also listed in the Source Data region of the Sim Data panel.

 

Found an issue with this document? Highlight the area, then use Ctrl+Enter to report it.

Contact Us

Contact our corporate or local offices directly.

We're sorry to hear the article wasn't helpful to you.
Could you take a moment to tell us why?
200 characters remaining
You are reporting an issue with the following selected text
and/or image within the active document: