Making a 1:1 balun for UHF
question #1 Can a 4:1 current balun be exchanged with a common 4:1 voltage balun (would that not work with typical antennas like DB4, SBGH, folder dipole?)
question #2 I can't find the schematics on the web that would be matching the wiring I see in two common 4:1 baluns I openeds, and I paid attention to the core winding directions too. I actually destroyed it on purpose in the process of making sure I took the wiring right. Meanwhile, in the wiring I see, there is a 4th coil which is surprisingly shorted. I would appreciate if someone open a balun and confirm/link a schematic. If you can also explain how the magnetic fields flow in the usual binocular ferrite core in them, that may help a bit too.
question #3 Now, I'm still trying to find a 1:1 balun for a DIY project about making a clearstream c2 clone(2 parallel 160 ohms loop antennas is 80 ohms, requiring a 1:1 balun to 75ohms coax). For this balun, Would I need a current or a voltage one?
question #4 It looks like I won't find a 1:1 balun in common stores. For the moment I would have to recuperate the the binocular ferrite core of my destroyed balun and make a 1:1 balun myself once I get the plans... Schematic anyone?