What is an N-Type Connector?

By Hannah Fillmore-Patrick / August 25, 2020

N-Type connectors are the most common type of radio frequency (RF) connectors for coaxial cables. These hardy connectors can conduct ultra-high radio frequencies of up to 18 GHz and withstand voltages of up to 3000 VRMS. N connectors are also weatherproof and watertight – which means you can install antennas with this connector on rooftops…

What is Antenna Signal Gain?

By Hannah Fillmore-Patrick / August 23, 2020
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Signal gain is the strength that a booster antenna adds to your internet connection. A booster antenna can enhance the range and power of your connection. When it enhances range, signal is measured in decibels relative to an isotropic radiator (dBi). When it enhances power, it’s measured in decibels relative to a milliwatt (dBm). Gain…

What are the Types of Booster Antennas?

By Stephen Kota / August 21, 2020
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There isn’t one type of booster antenna that works best for everyone. Antenna results will always vary based on the cellular coverage in your area. To find out which type of antenna will work best for you, let’s take a look at the most popular directional and omnidirectional models. Difference Between Directional and Omni-directional Antennas?…

What are Coaxial Adaptors?

By Hannah Fillmore-Patrick / August 18, 2020
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Coaxial adaptors are metal components that convert one type of coaxial connector into another type of connector. If you’re connecting a booster antenna to an internet router, you may need a coaxial adaptor to convert an N connector (used in cable technology) to an SMA or TNC connector (used in internet technology). Adaptors can also…

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