I am attempting to design an antenna similar to a TTFD, double zepp or array of end fed wires, with a sinusoidal, with the period of the wavelength, spacing that causes additive waves on the target frequency(assume proper phase alignment,180 degrees, and a constant velocity factor for this question).
Assume the image is a top down view of the wires forming perfect sine waves :)
The feed point locations should be at +90 and -90 degrees offset.
I barking up the wrong tree?
The thought process behind this: Invert the phase of half of the signal to null the desired frequency, and correct the phase disparity through the physical spacing of the wires.
This design would probably be very low bandwidth and thus impractical for most uses, but would it work at all? And what about noise reduction?