Here is the link to the project: https://www.rtl-sdr.com/ba5sba-direct-sampling-kit-english-build-instructions/Hello there! yes!
Would you mind if I can take a peek at your project for safety purposes perhaps?
The kit didn't come with any instructions or schematics.Okay then the answer is still yes for the coil be very careful when you handle the wire you do not want to Nick the enamel coating along the length of the magnet wire so I would put some tape over the drill bit itself if you're going to use a drill bit. I would use some 1000 grit sandpaper to take off the enamel coating. Did your unit happen to come with a schematic? Which is different from the assembly instructions.
They are available on Amazon and Ali Express.That wire is "Magnet" wire, not magnetic wire. and the instructions use the word weld where it should say solder. It is certainly a very interesting project, I would purchase one for myself if you can share the source.
You will indeed need to remove the insulation from the wires.
For the wires, in each case, I suggest tinning ( getting the wires solder coated) for the ends of the wires that will be soldered to the board, before mounting the coils on the circuit board. That will allow you to solder them in place with a minimum of heat.
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