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What is the name of low-frequency signal smt "jumper" that goes above RF microstrip?

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What is the name of low-frequency signal smt "jumper" that goes above RF microstrip?

They used rarely, can't google any photos of them. It looks like U-shaped metal, which used instead of air-wire to go over RF line on a single-layer PCBs. I have seen sometimes 0 Ohm resistors used for this purpose with quarterwave stubs on both ends. But this "jumper" have pretty big gap above RF line.
 

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