# How do I export data from LTspice to excel?

LTspice: Importing & Exporting PWL Data

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## How do I export data from LTspice to excel?

LTspice: Importing & Exporting PWL Data

- Click to select the waveform viewer.
- Choose Export from the File menu.
- Select the traces you want exported.
- Click browse to specifiy the file location and name to save the text file.

**How do you find frequency response?**

Frequency response function of a linear mechanical system is defined as the Fourier transform of the time domain response divided by the Fourier transform of the time domain input [1]. As mentioned previously, when s = iω, Eq. (1.11) becomes the frequency response function of the SDOF spring-mass-dashpot system.

### What is PWL file in LTspice?

Piecewise linear (PWL) functions are used to construct a waveform from a series of straight line segments connecting points defined by the user in LTspice. Since PWL functions are useful in creating custom waveforms, they are typically used in defining voltage or current sources.

**How do I export waveform data?**

Test Your Knowledge!

- In the Waveforms Scope instrument, export the same data as tab delimited data. Copy the data to the clipboard. Paste the data into both Excel and Notepad.
- Export the data as an image in Portable Network Graphic (*. png) format. Paste the image into a word processing program—such as Microsoft Word®.

## How is current measured in LTspice?

Measure current – To measure the current through a component, move the mouse cursor over the component and click. Note: The current probe will appear when the mouse cursor is above an appropriate component.

**What is a spice directive?**

From LTwiki-Wiki for LTspice. In LTspice a SPICE Directive is text placed onto the schematic that passes directly into the netlist. It may be entered either as a single line or as a block of several lines of text. Since ENTER closes the text edit box, a new line must be started by typing either ctrl-ENTER or ctrl-M.

### How to simulate frequency response of a circuit with LTspice?

It is necessary to click on the waveform node title at the top of the graph. If you double-click, you will get two cursors that will give the absolute value at each cursor position and the difference between the two cursor positions in a separate window. The frequency response of a circuit can be simulated relatively easily with LTspice.

**How do I get the frequency response of a circuit?**

To obtain the frequency response of a circuit, or its Bode plot, using LTspice, it helps to start with a simple circuit example. Figure 1 shows a second-order low-pass filter.

## How to display the frequency component and size of the out?

Only looking at the waveform of the OUT terminal does not reveal the frequency component and size. So let’s try the FFT display function. Choose View – FFT from the menu bar. Then, the box as shown in the following figure will appear, so please press OK normally. The FFT display results are shown below.

**What does Spice display?**

Like a spectrum analyzer, SPICE displays the frequency components and level (power) of the signal. The FFT function is built into the Waveform Viewer because it performs calculations based on data obtained from the TRAN analysis (time axis).