Ansoft Maxwell: Rectangular Wave Circuit

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Hello, is there a way to directly use a rectangular wave as input current without using an external circuit in ansoft maxwell? The instructions from ansoft that model a toyota motor just put the sine wave function directly into the winding's current settings, can I put a rectangular wave instead of a sine wave does the program have any inbuilt function for that?
 
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