RP-SMA male To RP-SMA male Cable: 40FT, 50FT, 60FT, 70FT, 80FT


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RP-SMA male To RP-SMA male Cable

Other lengths of this RPSMA male to male antenna cable: Many length options

Low-loss cable: Cable is LMR-400-equivalent equivalent:

  • Double-shielded, low signal loss and very flexible/easily bendable coax with black jacket (200-series is much more flexible than 400-series). The double-shielding is a major factor in the higher quality of this cable, which translates into lower loss (less attenuation) and thus better performance.
  • Rated for outdoor use and suitable for indoor use.
  • The LMR-400-equivalent cable-type is equivalent or better than LMR-400: Has the same or better signal-loss-per-meter and flexibility as LMR400, and less attenuation (less signal loss). Cable is equivalent to LMR-400 in thickness.

Differences between LMR-100, 200, and 400 been compared.

The temperature range for operational use of this 400-series coax and the cable assembly, is: -31 F ~ +203 F (-35 C ~ +95 C)

Compatibility with wireless applications:

Our RP-SMA antenna cable's range of frequency band compatibility (from 0GHz to 18GHz), consistently low broadband VSWR , and impedance matching to 50 Ohm cables , makes them compatible and compliant for all the above applications.

ROHS & REACH compliant: In compliance regarding content of heavy metals and toxic materials restricted by RoHS 3 and REACH.

Torque ratings of RP-SMA Male antenna connectors


RP-SMA Connector Characteristics and Details

  • RP-SMA Gender Determination: Key Points
    • RP-SMA gender is counter-intuitive: Please observe picture & note it is correct.
    • The gender is referring to the pins inside--not the threads. RP-SMA male has threads on inside.
    • RP-SMA male has a socket inside rather than a pin, as you might expect, because the RP stands for "Reverse Polarity." The socket/pin configuration is female when it appears to be male, and vice versa.
    • More details regarding RP-SMA gender determination.


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  • 5
    Damn thinks works

    Posted by KM on 19th Aug 2016

    i had bought a cheap thin cable for a 60 ft run, and not only did the cable fail but the single loss was so bad we had a better signal before we moved the antenna closer. No Kidding. This cable is a beast. its thicker then I gave it credit for. Thicker than an RG6 for example. it doesnt like to turn corners when you pull runs, so keep this in mind. I have to pull the whole run to the spot it had to turn and then have someone feed it around the corner and it was fine. Crimped great. Good connectors. Tested signal loss is almost non-existent. Wasn't cheap... but worth the ability to get a second antenna 50ft away from the source (powered up in the drop ceiling where no one even sees it) - way easier then managing the wifi extenders which create so many problems and then devices jumping back and forth ip's. This is the best solution for drop ceiling clients.