If the addition of the choke reduces the CM current to a negligible
amount, you have restored balance to the system.
Did that put the chicken first, or the egg first? I don't know!
On 20/04/2012 13:18, TexasRF@aol.com wrote:
> Hi All, at the risk of really showing some ignorance, a question:
> If the choke is doing a good job and located at the feedpoint, isn't the
> common mode circuit quite short?
> Seems that the common mode current is the cause of the feed point imbalance
> rather than the imbalance causing the common mode current. Chicken first
> or egg first?
> Gerald K5GW
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