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Re: QSD coil windings question

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  • g8voip
    Hi Sivan, The correct way to wind the secondary is using bifilar, i.e two wires twisted together, the end of one wire connects to the beginning of the other to
    Message 1 of 3 , Mar 1 9:10 AM
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      Hi Sivan,

      The correct way to wind the secondary is using bifilar, i.e two wires twisted together, the end of one wire connects to the beginning of the other to form the centre tap of the transformer.

      You have been winding them correctly.

      73, Bob G8VOI


      --- In softrock40@yahoogroups.com, Sylvain AZARIAN <sylvain.azarian@...> wrote:
      >
      > Hi all,
      >
      > One question about the QSD input winding... or something I do not
      > understand...
      >
      > - By winding the secondary with bifilar turns and connecting one of the ends
      > as the midpoint, the two remaining ends have in-phase signals.
      > - By winding the secondary as two coils connected in series, and using this
      > connection as a midpoint, the two remaining ends have out-of-phase
      > signals...(180 degrees)
      >
      > I've done the second way for my Softrocks and they work... but I still
      > wonder what is correct !
      > any information on this ?
      >
      > thanks !
      > Sylvain - F4GKR
      >
    • Sylvain AZARIAN
      Thanks Sylvain - F4GKR 2011/3/1 g8voip
      Message 2 of 3 , Mar 1 9:52 AM
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        Thanks
        Sylvain - F4GKR

        2011/3/1 g8voip <g8voi.reeves59@...>
         

        Hi Sivan,

        The correct way to wind the secondary is using bifilar, i.e two wires twisted together, the end of one wire connects to the beginning of the other to form the centre tap of the transformer.

        You have been winding them correctly.

        73, Bob G8VOI




        --- In softrock40@yahoogroups.com, Sylvain AZARIAN <sylvain.azarian@...> wrote:
        >
        > Hi all,
        >
        > One question about the QSD input winding... or something I do not
        > understand...
        >
        > - By winding the secondary with bifilar turns and connecting one of the ends
        > as the midpoint, the two remaining ends have in-phase signals.
        > - By winding the secondary as two coils connected in series, and using this
        > connection as a midpoint, the two remaining ends have out-of-phase
        > signals...(180 degrees)
        >
        > I've done the second way for my Softrocks and they work... but I still
        > wonder what is correct !
        > any information on this ?
        >
        > thanks !
        > Sylvain - F4GKR
        >


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