Magnetic Base for Antennas w/RP-SMA: Cable to RP-TNC for LinkSys / Cisco routers


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Magnetic Base for Antennas w/RP-SMA

MAGNETIC BASE fits DIPOLE / OMNI ANTENNAS with RP-SMA male connector: CABLE to RP-TNC(m) connector: Fits Cisco/LinkSys routers

Magnetic Mount antenna base very firmly attaches to metal surface - at a height or position where it can pick up more access points.

Base-top has an RP-SMA female connector, which fits 9dbi dipole/omni antennas such as the one pictured at the right side of this page: Click here to go to listing of antenna which fits this base.

The RP-SMA gender refers to the pins inside-not the threads. RP-SMA female has threads on outside.

The end of the 1.5-meter pigtail-cable has an RP-TNC (male Cisco / LinkSys wireless routers have an RP-TNC female jack.) connector. Cable is a low-loss, very flexible cable (loss-per-meter is equivalent to LMR100A).


  • RP-SMA male connector at the end of the bases' cable:
  • RP-TNC male connector on the BASE fits antennas that have a male RP-SMA (Reverse Polarity [RP] SMA) jack/connector.
  • Connector on the pigtail fits items that have a female RP-TNC (Reverse Polarity [RP] TNC) jack/connector. RP-TNC = Reverse Polarity TNC.

GENDER DETERMINATION: Gender of RP-TNC is counter-intuitive in two ways:

  1. The gender is referring to the pins inside-not the threads. RP-TNC male has threads on inside.
  2. "RP" stands for reverse polarization: The pins are female when they appear to be male, and vice versa.

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