L. B. Cebik, W4RNL, developed an algorithm for calculating the dimensions of a MOXON Rectangle antenna. AC6LA was asked to write a small program incorporating Cebik's work.  AC6LA has an excellent site with several ham radio related software applications.

The following section relates to links to LB Cebik's (SK) website. You now need a free membership to view these links. Point your browser to WWW.CEBIK.COM and register to gain access to that website.  After registration, you can search for these sections on his website.

 

MOXON Rectangle Notes

 

VK2ABQ Squares and MOXON Rectangles

 

The MOXON Rectangle: A Review

 

An Aluminum MOXON Rectangle for 10-Meters

 

Wire MOXON Rectangles for 40-10 Meters

 

Further Notes on 40-Meter Wire MOXON Rectangles

 

Notes on the MOXON Rectangle Pattern

 

The Double-D Antenna

 

Multi-Banding the MOXON Rectangle 

 

The MOXON Rectangle on 2 Meters

 

Building a 2-Meter MOXON

 

Designing MOXON Rectangles by Equation and by Model

 

40 + 30 = 50 (Not 70)

 

MOXON Rectangles for 6 Meters 

 

The Elusive MOXON Nest

 

AC6V's HOMEBREW ANTENNAS LINKS
^click above to view a great list!

 

You are invited to visit web pages for the following hams who have also been experimenting with MOXON antennas:

  • Allen Baker, KG4JJH, kg4jjh@arrl.net who wrote an article for the May, 2003 issue of QST magazine entitled The Black Widow--A Portable 15 Meter Beam...   from MOXON to Cebik to Baker, a proven design that will have you reeling in contacts during Field Day and beyond.  Click here to download construction diagrams and antenna radiation patterns companion to his article.

  • N0KHQ "John", N0KHQ@aol.com.  John designed and built a Coaxial MOXON which employs RG-58 coax instead of wire for the elements to reduce the physical size of the antenna.  You can learn more about John's MOXON by clicking here.

  • WB4QDA "John", wb4qda@comcast.net an interested by-stander that KD6WD and K4QKY talk somewhat regularly on 17 meters.  John runs a new Tentec Orion into a SteppIR 3 element yagi.

 

 

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