Coax Connectors Reference Guide for Antennas and Amplifiers

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This guide can help determine what type of connector is on your antenna, amplifier, or cable. Adapters are available to convert from most of these connections types to others. If you need any help determining what adapters you need feel free to us direct. CONTACT US

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FME/Female
found on many antennas and RG58 or LMR240 cables

FME/Male
found on antenna adapter cables and many amplifiers

N/Female
found on many antennas and amplifiers

N/Male
found on LMR240/LMR400/LMR600 ultra-low-loss cable

SMA/Female
found on some amplifiers and embedded devices

SMA/Male
found on some antenna cables

RP (Reverse Polarity) SMA/Female
found on many routers as a WiFi antenna connector

RP (Reverse Polarity) SMA/Male
found on some cables, most often to connect to the WiFi antenna port on a router

F/Female
found on some 75ohm amplifiers

F/Male
found on RG6 cabling (standard TV/satellite cable)

TNC/Female
found on some amplifiers and embedded devices

TNC/Male
found on some antenna cables

mini UHF/Female
not commonly found on cellular amplifiers/antennas

mini UHF/Male
not commonly found on cellular amplifiers/antennas

Still not sure which connector you have? The side-by-side size comparison below may help:

left to right: SMA/Female, SMA/Male, FME/Male, FME/Female, N/Male, N/Female, F/Male, F/Female, TNC/Male, TNC/Female, mini UHF/Male, mini UHF/Female, RP-SMA/Male, RP-SMA/Female



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