## Cubical Quad and Loop Antennas – Articles

2 Element Common-Feed Quads – Part1 – Mono-banders

2 Element Common-Feed Quads – Part2 – Dual-banders

2-Element Quads as a Function of Wire Diameter Part1

2-Element Quads as a Function of Wire Diameter Part2

2-Element Quads as a Function of Wire Diameter Part3

3-Band, 3-Element Quad Conceived 2 Ways – [High Gain or Wideband]

4-Element Monoband Quad Design

17 and 12 Meter Dual-Band Trap Quad

A 3-Band 2-Element Spider-Supported [GEM QUAD] Style Beam

A ‘Diamond Jubilee’ – the Diamond Shaped Full Wave Loop

A High Performance Dual-band ‘Low-bander’ – 80 and 40m Quad

Adjacent-Band Quad Behaviour

Automating the Design of 3-Element Monoband Quad Beams Part1

Automating the Design of 3-Element Monoband Quad Beams Part2

Circling the Square Quad

Feeding a 2 Element Multiband Quad

Feeding the 5-Band Quad – An ARRL Article

Feeding Multiband Quads

In Pursuit of Better VHF Quad Beams

Large Multiband Quads

Length of a Resonant Square Quad Loop – 1005/f why just ‘Doesn’t Cut the Mustard’

Multi Band 2 Element Quads

New Quad Studies

Notes on Large 5 Band Quads

Quad Models – Further Notes on 3 Element Quads

Quad Models – Monoband Quads of More Than 2 Elements

Quad Models Part1 – Full Size 2 Element Quads

Quad Models Part2 – Variations and Comparisons

Quad Models Part3 – Shrunken and Loaded 2 Element Quads

Quad Models Part4 – Multiband 2 Element Quad Beams

Some Notes on Long-Boom Quads

Stacking 2 Element 5 Band Quads

The Quest For The Elusive Tri-band, Wide-banded 4-Element Quad

The Quad Beam as an Amateur Satellite Antenna

The Quad vs Yagi Question

Three Ways to Skin a Quad Loop