Dipole antennas have been successfully utilized at ultra-high fields (UHF, >7 T) as elements of human body arrays. Usage of dipoles for UHF human head arrays is still under development. In this case, dipoles must be made much shorter, and placed at a relatively large distance to the head. As a result, dipoles are not well loaded and are often purely decoupled. In this work, we developed a novel method of decoupling of adjacent dipole antennas, and used this technique while constructing a novel 9.4 T human head TxRx dipole array coil. The array demonstrates good decoupling and full-brain coverage.