current probing

Help
Toby
2011-01-12
2013-03-26
  • Toby

    Toby - 2011-01-12

    I cannot find a clean way to probe the currents of a component.
    Tweaking the ".print" line of the simulation file generates the data (and is overriden all the time ;-(
    but labels etc are tied to "V(…). Does gspiceui support current probing at all ?
    Toby

     
  • Mike W.

    Mike W. - 2011-01-17

    The list of parameters on the right of the GUI is the probe type.
    Select current and you will probe the component current.

    Mike W.

     
  • Toby

    Toby - 2011-01-17

    Mike,

    I've got two voltage sources named V_V1 and V_V2. The "Parameteres" box to the right shows voltage activated and everything else (e.g. current) greyed out. This holds for all simulation types. I cannot pick current for probing. Do I need a different ( newer) version ? I'm running 0.9.98 alpha, the one part of the Ubuntu 10.04 repositories …

    Furthermore, I'm confused by the fact that I can pick probing type just for the singe, sweept source.
    How about the fixed sources ?

    Toby

     
  • Charles McDowell

    Mike,

    Does this work for windows yet?  I built the application using MinGW and I see the GUI working but when I try to simulate the circuit it fails with "Unknown Error".  I have both ngspice and GNUCAP installed in the same directory.  Both of these applications work independently.

     
  • Mike W.

    Mike W. - 2011-01-20

    Hi Toby,

    I haven't tried to compile gspiceui under Windoze. The last time I did any Windoze development was decades ago, probably under Win95 or maybe Win98. I wouldn't know where to start these days.

    Having said all that I recognise that there are some people out there who don't use Linux. So I could support you in you're efforts to getting it going if you like.

    Let me know.

    Mike W.

     

Get latest updates about Open Source Projects, Conferences and News.

Sign up for the SourceForge newsletter:





No, thanks