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Re: Bifilar windings

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  • Edwin
    ... I ve ... of ... any ... Dear group, Thanks for all your input. It has been an education on my part. Never did like transmission line theory. I wil
    Message 1 of 9 , Jun 25, 2007
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      --- In softrock40@yahoogroups.com, "Edwin" <el-stewart-1@...> wrote:
      >
      > Hi
      > I have an understanding of the bifilar winding in a transformer and
      > from the recent success of the SoftRock Lite REC I just built I can
      > wind one. But in all the write-ups, literature, and documentation
      I've
      > read I have never heard of what the proper twist to turn's ratio is.
      > The way it worked out with T1 on the SoftRock Lite REC was 3 twists
      of
      > the bifilar winding to every turn through the toroidal core. Does
      any
      > one have an idea what the actual formula or rule of thumb is?
      > Edwin
      > N1DFB
      >



      Dear group,
      Thanks for all your input. It has been an education on my part. Never
      did like transmission line theory. I wil certainly bone up on Chapter
      30 in the manual.
      73
      Edwin
      N1DFB
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