This may be a very quick answer, I had a test that was set up like this. The primary inductance of the transformer was roughly 0.022H and the inductance of the secondary of the transformer was 0.045H. The transformer uses those iron/silicon steel laminations. The resistance of the primary coil is 0.4 Ohms and the same for the secondary coil. I dont know what the leakage inductance is unfortunately. The transformer ratio was 1.35.
I was just experimenting and trying some stuff out as in this experimental set up shown and I basically just swept the frequency from 1Hz to 2kHz and measured the voltage at the point shown on the output side. The graph I got was this:
I was wondering if anyone could tell me what they think about this graph. At first glance to me it looks like an impedance matching curve where the Y-axis is a voltage instead of the impedance, I cant seem to get the simulation to give me the same answers though but I don't normally use circuit lab....
I have a bunch of these transformers I wound a while back and they are all different but they all seems to have a max voltage on that output around the same frequency of around 200Hz on a Squarewave and 400Hz on a sine wave (obviously one is basically double the other), is it a transformer material thing?
Are my results consistent with impedance matching situation?