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WRT54G antenna connector

Discussion in 'Networking Issues' started by beebobby, Mar 2, 2005.

  1. beebobby

    beebobby Network Guru Member

    Since the WRT54G has a RP-TNC connector, do I need a RP-N on the other end of a cable to connect it to a standard N connector on most aftermarket antennas ?
     
  2. Morpheus

    Morpheus Network Guru Member

    Yow will need the RP/TNC to N-Female connector.
     
  3. Morpheus

    Morpheus Network Guru Member

    Yow will need the RP/TNC to N-Female connector.

    oops
     
  4. beebobby

    beebobby Network Guru Member

    Thanks guys.
     
  5. AbNormal

    AbNormal Network Guru Member

    Most common antennas that have an "N" connector, are equipped with a female style connector. That would mean that a cable connecting to it would need to be a male.

    An example of a pigtail (a short cable to mate with the router at one end and an antenna on the other) with an RP-TNC to N male, can be found here.

    The Cantenna is shown here as an example.

    Hope this doesn't confuse things further... :wink:
     

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