Antenna 2.4GHz 9dBi &12dbi versions Omni WiFi w/ RP-TNC connector: Signal Booster for Cisco LinkSys Router


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Omni Directional Dipole Antenna with RP-TNC (male) connector

  • For WiFi / wireless networks
  • 9dBi and 12dBi options (choose above)
  • Data Alliance's high-quality soldered terminations of RP-TNC connectors with soldering provide a low-loss connection with discontinuities kept to a minimum.


Compatible with Wireless Access Points & cards that have RP-TNC antenna jacks: Cisco/LinkSys Wireless Access Points have an RP-TNC (female) jack that is compatible with this antenna.

Omni antenna: Radiates signal with a beam of 360 degrees; also receives signal from 360 degrees around it.

  • As client antenna: Connect to access points in any direction.
  • As access point antenna: Provides signal to clients in all directions (360-degree horizontal beamwidth).
  • Compliant with 802.11b & 802.11g (North America, Europe, Australia). 2.4GHz frequency band.
  • Mounts directly onto RP-SMA (female) connector of access point, bridge, client, or booster.
  • Bottom section of antenna has hinged joint that bends up to 90-degrees. Can be used either straight or with joint-bend. 


Connector fits all of the following Wireless Access Points that have a RP-TNC connector

(Reverse Polarity [RP] TNC): Gender of RP-TNC is counter-intuitive: Click for details.


 Gain  12 dBi & 9dBi options (choose about)
 Dimensions  The 12dBi version is 24 inches tall when fully extended;
 20 inches when bottom connector is turned horizontal.
 Diameter: 2.0 cm.
 The 9dBi version is 15 3/4 inches tall when fully extended (40cm).
 Connector  RP-TNC (male) connector
 Type  Omni dipole
 Compatibility  802.11b & 802.11g: Inter-operable with WiFi (WECA) certified equipment.
 Frequency range  2400-2500 MHz (WiFi / wireless networking)
 Polarization  Vertical
 VSWR  1.8:1


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  • 5
    works as advertised

    Posted by Steve on 8th Aug 2016

    This antenna gave a true +3dBi gain over the similar 9 dBi antenna, so it works as advertised.