gtforme00 said:You might notice that all of the worst cases involve having coils that run parallel to each other. Even though the inductor axes may be at 90 degrees, if any of the wires are parallel there still will be coupling.
You seem to be doing all of your homework for this build, I hope you are documenting the build (at least pictures) and that you will post a thread on your progress!
Good luck with the build,
We saw that mount inductors located orthogonal minimizes interference but ... Yes, but there is one! To obtain the maximum inversion is necessary to comply with the maximum relative squareness with a perfect centering axis relative. One deviation to one of the lobes of emission offsets for almost the entire effort, bringing the signal captured almost at the highest level.For this reason it is better to mount inductors axially with respect to crossover, so that the axes lying on the same floor
I gave you my opinion on your coils placement because of your last post "I really need to know guys....anyone? (forgive me if I appear impatient, but this is the only day I can work on them) "cyberspyder said:Correct what? Nvm, I got it done. Emailed Troels and he explained everything to me.