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7dbi High Gain antenna

Discussion in 'Cisco/Linksys Wireless Routers' started by wdjunk, Dec 22, 2006.

  1. wdjunk

    wdjunk LI Guru Member

  2. Esquire

    Esquire Mesquire Staff Member Member

    It says it comes with both TNC and SMA connectors so it should be fine.
  3. crawdaddy

    crawdaddy Network Guru Member

    that looks almost exactly like the radioshack brand high-gain antennas I bought, and they worked fine. They didn't come with TNC-SMA adapters, but they came with the TNC connectors.
  4. Mastec

    Mastec Network Guru Member

    Has anyone tried these? I went to my 2 local RS stores and they were sold out in a matter of hours when the sale started. The salesman did offer to have a pair shipped and delivered to my door with no shipping cost. If they don't work I'll just take them back.

    OOPS - I posted just a few to late.... LOL
  5. wdjunk

    wdjunk LI Guru Member

    I thought there's a difference between TNC and RP-TNC that Linksys routers use?
  6. Mastec

    Mastec Network Guru Member

    When I looked at these last week when the store had them in stock there were several routers listed, one of them being WRT54G. So I am guessing they will work on all the WRT54G series routers. They pretty much have the same case and connectors.
  7. mstshtml

    mstshtml LI Guru Member

    My WRT54GS has RP-TNC (Reverse Polarization) TNC connecters...
    if the label on the 7dBi antenna says TNC but lists WRT54GS as router it will work, then technically, those are RP-TNC.
    I only know b/c I am currently working on a Ham Radio Project which includes a WRT54GS. I am making a backhaul repeater, using a 19dB Dish Antenna and I went through 2 adapters and finally realized that the connection on the back of the WRT54GS is RP-TNC.

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