Antenna Wire - Heavy Duty - 50m - Military Green

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Heavy Duty Antenna Wire Military Green (50m)

A bargain price for 50 metre (160 ft) drums of the new Heavy Duty version of our popular Military Green wire. This heavy duty wire has a stranded tinned copper conductor and a UV-stable  PVC jacket. It is ideal for making permanent antennas. The 50 metre reel size is perfect for making most HF antennas (such as an 80m dipole). Our exclusive Millitary Green cable jacket colour is unobtrusive in many applications - perfect for antennas, radials and counterpoises. With a resistance of less than 1 Ohm/50 metres, it's great for high power use too!


This wire is manufactured in the UK to our own specification.


  • 1,000 Watts RF rated (50 Ohm)
  • conforms to Military Defence Standard 61-12 pt 6,
  • tinned annealed copper conductor,
  • 1 mm² total conductor CSA (approx. 17AWG)
  • 32 strands x 0.2 mm copper conductor stranding,
  • 2.55 mm cable diameter,
  • Voltage Rating: 1.5 kV rms,
  • PVC insulation,
  • Weight 750 g/50 m (approx. 15 g/metre),
  • Military Green colour jacket,
  • Current Rating: 10 A at 25 °C,  
  • Resistance: less than 1 Ohm per 50 metres
  • Velocity factor 0.97 

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  • 5
    Antenna Wire - Heavy Duty - 50m - Military Green

    Posted by Clive Smith on 2nd Aug 2018

    Good strong wire, made various antennas from it. It stands up to abuse and bad weather conditions.

  • 5
    HD Antenna wire

    Posted by Pete Singleton on 20th Jul 2018

    Sturdy wire, convenient length, nearly invisible against the sky unless you know exactly where to look. Just the job!

  • 5
    Strong and good quality

    Posted by les norton on 7th Jul 2018

    Second time ive bought this wire from Sota, the first wire i put up was a bit short, i have just had a new roof fitted and wanted to make a bigger inverted v shape end fed and as the scaffold was still up i managed to get to the chimney stack during the work (thanks guys for leaving up the scaffold) Used an egg insulator so that the wire could slide through in the wind and attached that to a short pole on the stack. Looks well and almost used the full length. I know its strong and good quality from the last batch i used.

  • 5
    Excellent product and Service

    Posted by Simon on 31st May 2018

    I purchased this heavy duty wire for a summer antenna project. I ordered one afternoon and is was delivered the following morning, excellent service. The wire itself is excellent quality and highly recommended.

  • 5

    Posted by Gerard on 19th May 2018

    100% ok, very nice for holiday

  • 5
    good wire

    Posted by alan on 21st Apr 2018

    Excellent wire for building experimental antennas.

  • 4
    Heavy Duty Antenna Wire Military Green (50m)

    Posted by Will GM0HKS on 11th Mar 2018

    I ordered this product as I was wanting to build a W3DZZ antenna. Fast delivery and well wrapped. The antenna uses 2 x 7Mcs traps to facilitate 80 metre operating. The traps are fairly heavy and I have not noticed any significant stretching of this multistrand wire. The colour helps it fade in to the background too so, all in all a very good product. My W3DZZ works a treat without an ATU on 40 and 80 metres so its been a no brainer for me. Thanks Chris

  • 5
    Great for stealth antennas

    Posted by Steve W9XF on 27th Nov 2017

    Extremely fast delivery to the US. Thank you! I'm very impressed at the small diameter of this wire. It's hard to see unless one is looking for it, which is great for discerning neighbors. I was also impressed with its power handling capability (1,,000 watts) as there are times when I need QRO to make a contact. Being insulated, I was also able to hang it in trees without worrying about it making contact with branches. I definitely recommend it.

  • 5
    Excellent Wire!

    Posted by Nick on 5th Oct 2017

    I bought the Heavy Duty variety to build an inverted L random wire antenna as I thought it would stand up to the elements a bit better. Also with a larger diameter wire that means more metal in the air which I figured can only be a good thing. The increased weight does put more tension on my mast but so far it seems to be fine and not too saggy. It is also thin enough to pass through the gap of my UPVC window frame (which I did initially before building a 9:1 UnUn and drilling a hole through my wall!).

    When I build wire antennas in the future I would certainly use this again.