Recently I found an article titled "A new spin on the Big Wheel antenna" The article described three dipoles fed in parallel, to give an end result of a clean horizontal signal (on 2 meters) Nearly identical the the "Big Wheel" of old fame. My question is, if this works for a dipole, would it possibly work for a collinear "dipole" as well? I am curious if three sets of these antennas fed the same way would work. I am planning (unless I hear that it flat won't work) to build three 1/2 wave collinear antennas complete with 1/4 matching stubs, and coaxial balun. The antennas will be in a triangular formation 120 degrees apart, fed in parallel. Any thoughts?