Moxon antenna designer

Design a lightweight Moxon antenna for the upper HF bands. Named after Les Moxon, G6XN who developed it in the early 1950's, and later refined by L. B. Cebik, W4RNL, this antenna is basically a compact version of a 2-element Yagi with folded elements, designed for a single band, with a feed-point impedance very close to 50 ohms. It is constructed using either wire or lightweight tubing, displays good forward gain and very good front-to-back F/B ratio.  Read more...

Set antenna color:    

Principal band
Band:
Frequency: kHz
Length units
Units:
Antenna wire / tube
Diameter: mm
Support pole
Height: m (At support point)
Driver element
Long side: m
Short side: m
Reflector element
Long side: m
Short side: m
Antenna overview
Support
height
Driver element Reflector element Elements
Gap
Long side Short side Long side Short side
 
Press the "Show antenna" button to display your antenna
configuration here in interactive 3D graphics mode
Antenna feed-point:

Antenna performance

Here you can generate plots of propagation patterns, VSWR chart, antenna currents and Smith charts for your antenna over a choice of ground types. By changing the physical dimensions of the antenna, and refreshing these plots, you can learn a lot about how your antenna will perform in the field.

Choose ground type of
land in the vicinity
of the antenna:
   Conductivity: S/m    Dielectric const.: F/m
View propagation plots:
Set azimuth angle for elevation plot:  °    ?
View VSWR chart:
Impedance curves scales:   
View currents diagram:
View Smith chart:
Antenna gains
at 0° elevation:
Antenna impedance:
Frequency range: