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Tetra uses SMA connectors for it's antennas. The long range WiFi Dongle included in the boost (and sold in the store) are RP-SMA. The antennas and their connectors look the same except that one has a center pin, to fit in the connector and the other, accepts a pin from the connector on the device. Someone could break a connector not realizing this. I put a piece of tape on the dongle antenna to not make the mistake (don't use metallic tape). I am going to guess that the Long Range Wifi booster follows the same convention as the dongle, since they are sold together in a kit. This may even be the reason for the difference in connectors? Any thoughts? (especially from Hak 5 Staff). I am wondering if using adapters to mix alternative antennas and boosters etc. is a bad idea or OK.
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