At ultra-high fields (UHF, >7T) a simple increase of the length of a single-row human head transmit (Tx) phased array cannot provide an adequate longitudinal coverage for the whole brain imaging. Multi-row (>2) arrays together with RF shimming have to be used instead. In this work, we constructed a 9.4T (400 MHz) 16-loop double-row transceiver array based on the analytical modeling. We demonstrated that simply by overlapping a very good decoupling can be obtained without additional decoupling strategies. This provides a recipe of a simple, robust, and very Tx-efficient design for parallel transmission and whole brain imaging at UHFs.