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Pushpull transformer leakage inductance?

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Hi,
We have a pushpull transformer, NP/NS = 4/8
ie pri is 2 coils each of 2 turns
sec is 2 coils each of 4 turns.

Leakage inductance measured at one primary "half" was 100nH....this was with all three secondary wires shorted together.

As such, do you agree, the leakage is 50nH in primary "half" 1; 50nH in primary "half" 2; 200nH in secondary "half" 1; 200nH in secondary "half" 2.
 

There was only one leakage inductance figure taken......that 100nH...no other measuremet was taken...so i guess i dont know.
You mean short one pri half and measure the inductance of the other?
 

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