It's awkward that diverse departures
are allowed by the absence of a note; the FAA is telling you something without actually telling you.
Because it passes what is called a "Diverse Departure Assessment," it is commonly referred to as a diverse departure.
This Clinic was due last month, but Evan performed a diverse departure from his desk to actually fly.
If an aircraft can depart a particular runway 35 feet AGL at the departure end and climb at 200 feet per mile in any direction with sufficient obstacle clearance, it qualifies for a diverse departure.
You know a runway qualities for a diverse departure by a lack of any note telling you otherwise.
The Diverse Departure
says a pi lot can climb to 400 feet above the runway and then turn in any direction (or turn as assigned by ATC) to climb and join the en route structure.