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Improving the Super-J

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The collinear J-Pole, often known as the Super-J, does improve the behavior over a regular J-Pole. As many attest, there is an advantage when vertically combining 1/2 radiating sections to have a bit of separation between the half-wave end points. The Super-J has very little separation between the two half-wave radiators.
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