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Old 27th February 2009, 01:21 PM   #1
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Default Needed: transformer core materials cobalt nickel


Can anyone tell me how i can obtain materials for winding my own trandformers? core material, coil formers etc.
I want to wind a couple of interstage transformers for
impedance matching, i like the most cobalt nickel mixed materials.
Amorphe also. C core's are most handy and suitable for using an airgap to reduce DC effects.
Any advice is welcome!

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