1. Yes, I wanted to know if your software can treat 2 adjacent (non-twisted pair) copper, enameled wires as it would treat a coaxial cable?

Obviously, the characteristic impedance would be different, but I just wanted to know how length, velocity factor, and impedance might be handled by your software?

2. Yes, I did calculate all the wirelengths, but it would be nice if a measuring device could verify the resonant frequency - based on the wirelength.

3. Could your software accurately calculate length, velocity factor, and impedance of 2 adjacent magnet wires - wrapped into a helical coil?

4. The cones aren't going to be used (they are going to be saved for another project). Instead, 6 layers of 1/4-wave, bifilar (interleaved), magnet-wire lengths - are going to be wrapped directly onto a 1" inch diameter 3-nested nozzle system. Each layer will be 1/4 the length of the one below it.

The longest coil will be 33" inches long, then 8" inches, then 2" inches, etc. All lengths will be based on 1/4-wave DIVISONS of 1.42 Ghz.