A collection of seven projects of Moxon Antennas for Ham Radio HF Bands.
The Moxon antennas also known as Moxon Rectangles are two elements beam antennas, based on a simple design, similar to Yagi antennas, but with bent elements and without the director.
VHF and UHF Moxon antennas are very popular thanks to the easyness of construction and portability, while HF models are very uncommon, but still interesting to homebrew.
Here below some monoband and multiband HF Moxon antenna projects:
A moxon antenna project made with wires and fiberglass poles
A Mini Moxon antenna for 40 meters band project in a well done PDF document
A Moxon rectangle antenna for 17 and 20 meters band
This very large moxon antenna resonate on 80 40 and 10 meters, has been used for CQWW 2006 by a YU team project
A vertical Moxon with different feeding for the 20 meters
A moxon antenna for 28 MHz
A club project experiment about a vertical Moxon antenna for 20 meter band
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I need to make a very small moxon as i have a small area to have it up ,,is this possible ???
It depends on how small you need. Moxon Antennas are basically Yagi with folded radiator and reflector. The higher the frequency the smaller the Moxon.
Yes, I have built a moxon on a small piece of plexiglass for TV channel 51. It works
very well, up to 40 miles away. You need 25-30 above ground.
I would like to add a third director element to my 10m moxon, does anyone have any ideas?