I was watching a beginners video about electronic filters. In that video, the presenter shows the same filter (same inductance and capacitance values) configured as an "L-Filter" and a "T-Filter" as follows:
During the video, the presenter mentions that the T-Filter provides better overall filtering over the L-Filter.
Could someone please help me understand how splitting the inductors as shown in the T-Filter makes for a better filter? What is occurring on the filter that makes one better than the other?