The Nitty Gritty: Designing an induction coil
Okay folks, my project just got quite a bit more realistic, and I should actually be able to cast and coat my own silicone pieces. Which brings me to the next piece of the puzzle: the induction coil.
As someone famous once said, its hard to make a coil that doesn't work at all, and I've done my own stumbling. But I'm mostly operating in the dark, with little of the requisite skills needed to optimally design one of these things.
So I need help. I want to design a coil that will be reusable, and not just by me. I'm hoping that, by the end of my project, we'll have a pretty standard cable that y'all can use in your own work, one which will have been tested in mine own body.
As a reminder, my project is to give me headphones in my skull. Skullphones, if you will. To do that, I want to run wire from my waist to right behind the ear. These coils will be used at several points as connectors, also, letting me hook separate wires together without the dangers of splicing them together. So keep in mind that the goal is good fidelity and high transmission of power.
Anyone willing to help?