I have a multi-sheet schematic that when simulated produces repeating pulses on an output. Of interest is the width of a single pulse in milliseconds. The inputs can all be controlled by PWLs.
What I would like to do is vary a single input over time (e.g. using a PWL) and generate a chart showing the relationship between the input and the pulse width. I would like to automate this as much as possible because the number of runs that I have to do is quite large.
What options do I have?
Can I output a table of input value and pulse width for a given time which I could then import into Excel and generate a chart?
Or can I control the input configuration, running the simulation and measuring the pulse width all from pyspice?
UPDATE - pyspice looks promising. Appears after reading in the exported netlist I can manipulate the voltage sources that act as inputs and also add a .meas to get the pulse width. Still researching.