A 16-channel dual row loop transmitter utilizing self-decoupling principles has been designed and prototyped for human head imaging at 10.5 Tesla. The coil employs an intentional asymmetry of impedances within each coil element in order to reduce the interaction between coil elements. Electromagnetic simulations provide an estimate for achievable decoupling and the expected loop current distribution with both a phantom load and a human head model. Bench measurements confirmed the simulation results and indicated coil to coil decoupling on the order of -10 dB or better. MR experimental results indicated minimal interaction with our 63 channel receiver array.