Some dedicated hams have spent a lot of effort gathering empirical data on various constructions for common-mode chokes. For example, G3TXQ's work is commonly referenced, and K9YC's is pretty well-known as well.
However, I'd like to build a 4:1 current balun. Several sources (like this one) describe why two cores are necessary. They are wired in parallel on the 50Ω (transceiver) side and in series on the 200Ω (antenna) side.
The question is, what ferrites and windings should I use in this case? Is it sufficient to construct two 1:1 common mode chokes according to G3TXQ's or K9YC's instructions for the bands of interest, then wire them together as described in the previous paragraph? Or is it not that simple?