2024-01-03 (W) AugLim RADARBadge PCB coil revision

I deleted all but one rounded triangle coil and then reduced the turns, leaving huge gaps at the sides. I moved it closer to the center and made a polar array to add five other spirals. I could have been more careful with my spacing and reduced the gap between each iteration, but I am not worried this early. The tutorial videos showed the top and bottom layers were identical when viewed from above, which may not be necessary, but when I make my homemade test PCB, it will be a couple of single-layer boards stacked together, so I made my second spiral a mirror image.
Large coils and mirror images

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