User Defined Excitation (ARB) Editor
Another use for TINA’s interpreter is to define arbitrary analog and digital waveforms (ARB).
The interpreter allows you to use all the standard arithmetic functions, define variables and procedures, and reference the symbolic parameter names of circuit components.
Digital waveforms can be created as a sequence of times and logic levels. After the excitation has been defined, it can be displayed, verified, and saved to disk for later use with any circuit.
Use these tools as signal editor, waveform editor and to simulate arbitrary signal generators (ARB) or waveform generators.