pineapplewifi Posted January 14, 2020 Share Posted January 14, 2020 Hello, my aim is to extend the standard range of the tetra pineapple. Target is on a specific direction. I have read the specifications of the TETRA: “Wireless: Atheros AR9344 + Atheros AR9580, both IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n with quad integrated skybridge amplifiers and included 5 dBi antenna for a high 29 dBm gain EIRP Ports: (4) SMA Antenna, RJ45 Fast Ethernet, Ethernet over USB, Serial over USB, USB 2.0 Host, 12V/2A DC Power” 1) Would two of these antennas extend the range of the TETRA directional significantly? Of course I would replace the two wlan1 antennas (the two on the right side when the front side of the TETRA is facing you). Alfa Network APA-M25 dual band 2.4GHz/5GHz 8 / 10dBi high gain directional indoor panel antenna with RP-SMA connectorhttps://www.alfa.com.tw/products_detail/234.htm 2) Would two of these antennas extend the range of the TETRA omnidirectional significantly? NETVIP RP-SMA 2,4 GHz 10dBi 5G 5.8GHz Dual Band Antennahttps://www.gwonjosale.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=256278 3) Is it right that I will need these RP-SMA to SMA adapters additional to the above mentioned products?https://www.dhgate.com/product/50-pcs-rf-coaxial-coax-adapter-sma-male-to/407818717.html#s1-21-1;searl|3533838464 If I got it right higher dBi most of the time leads to higher dBm and therefore extended range. Please correct me if I am wrong. Thank you. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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