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What connector do I have?
 
What connector do I have?

We'll try to help you determine what connector type you need based on some very detailed photos.
Along side each connector is a list of some of the common models of equipment that use them.

Our Connector and Adapter selection table shows detailed images of all of the connectors we stock.



Reverse Polarity TNC Connector
Commonly found on models of Cisco Aironet 340, 350 & 1200, Linksys WRT54, BEFW11xx, WAP11/54, WAPxx & WSBxx, Proxim Harmony & Stratum MP and Senao as a short list of some examples. Since manufactures change connectors on revision to revision, please use the photo to verify what you have, just use this list a guide.


RP-TNC Male - The end on the Antenna.

RP-TNC Female - The end on the equipment.



Reverse Polarity SMA Connector
Commonly found on models of 3-Com, Belkin, Breezecom, D-Link, Hawking, Intel, Linksys WMPxx & WETxx, Motorola, Netgear, SMC, Tranzeo, Zcomax and Zoomair as some examples. Since manufactures change connectors on revision to revision, please use the photo to verify what you have, just use this list a guide.


RP-SMA Male - The end on the Antenna.

RP-SMA Female - The end on the equipment.



Type N Connector
The defacto standard in communications. Most of our antennas come with the female connector.


N Male

N Female
 
 

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