In this work, numerical and experimental analyses of a dual-band microstrip patch dipole-loop antenna are done. This design operates at amateur radio, amateur satellite (2.3-2.4 GHz) band and planned 5G mobile communication band; 3.4-3.8 GHz frequencies. There are two different radiating structures and regions in this antenna. One of the radiating structure is a rectangle shaped loop which is responsible for operation at lower frequency (2.3-2.4 GHz) and the other structure is a printed dipole which is responsible for operation of the upper (3.4-3.6 Hz) frequency. Apart from different operation frequencies, these structures also illustrates different radiation characteristics. The loop shaped region radiates bi-directional broadside radiation while the dipole part radiates with higher gain (peak gain 5 dBi). Proposed design is validated by High Frequency Structure Simulator (HFSS) and also measurements are carried out on fabricated prototype.