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According to John Kodis's page at radiostation.com, CJLS 
runs 5 kW-D/4 kW-N DA-2 into three 60-degree (122') 
towers in an in-line array at an azimuth of 82 degrees 
(almost an east-west line) with 75-degree spacing 
between towers. Both patterns aim the signal pretty much 
toward the east. The day pattern is a rather 
conventional-looking modified cardioid, although the 
power division among towers is unusual (way less power 
into the center tower than into the end ones). The night 
pattern has a narrowers "beam". This pattern probably 
was designed to deliver 1 kW equivalent to the US.