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Most people do make them up, although for 15m, I'd be looking at less stiff cable - 213, is rather unwieldy, and is a problem sometimes with BNC type connectors. large gauge BNCs are quite chunky, and expensive, and the cable is so stiff that it can put quite a lot of strain on the connector on the receiver, unless you use N types (much better) with a short flexible adaptor lead to a normal size BNC/TNC to suit your radio systems. The loss on the 15m length isn't usually serious enough to make the use of large diameter feeders worthwhile.


If you want some made up, there a few people on the forum who'd probably do it for you, but the freight costs alone aren't exactly cheap on heavy cable.

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