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Why does it have two extra spaces? Does anyone know?

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I'm guessing it has something to do with that they are using a generic or standard PCB.

I've seen similar stuff on other electronic gear. I think it has something to do with costs. It's cheaper to produce one generic instead of three different PCB's.
If I'm correct there is also a empty place for a switch of some sort right?
Just a hunch.

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I believe so, or some other type of component,

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I have one spare that I don't use. If I find extra connecters, I could solder them on mount the antenna and test what the difference is :P
Maybe it could be that B, G and N has it's seperate antenna? But by default everything runs through the one antenna.

Maybe it's just for testing the PCB.
And what is that empty switch socket for? :P

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I have one spare that I don't use. If I find extra connecters, I could solder them on mount the antenna and test what the difference is :P

Maybe it could be that B, G and N has it's seperate antenna? But by default everything runs through the one antenna.

Maybe it's just for testing the PCB.

And what is that empty switch socket for? :P

Just make sure you face the sma adapters away from the board i think how they are programmed, also post pics man! :D

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I found an extra connector, now I just need one more! :P

Sweet! :D

Oh yeah.... Be careful of radiation haha

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