Hello, I use a T94-40 yellow/green internal diametre 14,2 mm, 0 to 200 kHz, you have to choose one with a good internal diametre enabling your winding to bef5vlb_john
hello, as you can see on the picture, I placed some heat shrink sleeve to isolate the tore (green yellow type) from the copper tube. With the winding off5vlb_john
Hi John, Nice "square loop." If that is a piece of ferrite that you have at the bottom coupling point, how did you securely attatch the ferrite to the copperj5wv280
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