> N6RK wrote: "I spent a lot of time analyzing the balun in my MonstIR and
> characterizing it on a network analyzer."
> I have always wondered how well that thing worked. They use half of the
> core for a voltage balun and they use the other half for a choke by
> winding a few turns of the coax thru it. What does your measurements
> tell you about how well the common mode choke works?
> Jerry, K4SAV
I didn't measure it as a common mode choke because I thought it was
a voltage balun. The fact that the coax is one of the windings
does not necessarily indicate that it is a common mode choke.
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