The multilayer construction of metal-matrix Cu-Nb microcomposite wire wound Zylon-epoxy composite reinforced inductor is analyzed. Inductor geometry was verified analytically to find the maximal available value of a magnetic field. For comparison, the soft copper wire wound inductor was made by the same geometry and technology and both inductors were investigated at room and liquid nitrogen temperatures. Experimental results were compared with calculated data. The acceptable agreement of calculated and measured data for soft copper wire wound inductor and the significant decrease of amplitude and distortions of sinus shape pulse due to weak heat dissipation of metal-matrix Cu-Nb wire wound inductor took place.