This is a special low-loss N-male to N-female WiFi antenna extension cable. The cable is 5m (16 feet) long and has an N-male connector on one end and a N-female connector on the other end. We recommend this cable compared to some others online because this is a special shielded low-loss cable. What does this mean? The antenna to which you will connect this has a gain. Let's say for example you will be connecting this to a 12 dBi gain antenna. As the cable in between the antenna and adapter gets longer, you will experience cable loss, which is a drop in the signal gain of the antenna. With low quality extension cables, the huge drop in gain will mean a much lesser range. Our special low loss cable limits the cable loss factor. The gain loss on this cable is ~2.7 dBi for 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi networking.
- Length: 5m (16 feet)
- Impedance: 50 OHM (ROHS Compliant)
- Frequency: 2400 - 2483 MHz / 5100 - 5900 MHz
- Can be used with 802.11n, g, or b devices
- Compatible with Wi-Fi adapters with an N-connector
This cables is perfect to extend the distance of the receiver and antenna in our ALFA Tube-U(G) and ALFA Tube-U(N) outdoor Wi-Fi kits.
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