RFShop ALFA

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RFShop Cel-Fi

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ALFA Long-Range Solutions Part1

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RFShop Australia - 90s snapshot

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How to use RFShop's semi rigid cable bender

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How to use a connector gauge to set the pin position on an N connector

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How to put a N connector on a RG58/LMR 195 type cable

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SHV, MHV and other High Voltage Connectors

SHV Connectors are available for a variety of coaxial cable types including RG58, and RG59. However, you do need to be aware that these cable types themselves are typically rated at 2kV peak voltage, or less, ( it can vary according to source) and that any cable assembly is only as good as its weakest component.[...]



Identifying Coaxial Cable Connector

It can be quite confusing to specify connectors particularly when they can be "reverse polarity" . or "reverse gender". In the good old days, before some bright spark decided to introduce RP types there were just two types of SMA and other similar connectors. The plug had a male pin and the jack had a female pin. Too easy. The reverse SMA plug, RP-SMA plug,  instead, has a female pin (4th pic down) and the reverse SMA jack has a male pin (3rd pic down). Unfortunately there seems to be an increasing tendency to refer to the RP-SMA plug as "RP-SMA male". We use the term RP-SMA plug female pin , because, from what we know of sex, there are no male elements at all in RP-SMA plugs.

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Gain and Beam Pattern of Antennas

Wireless Antennas, or WiFi Antennas, are described by their gain (usually in units of dBi) but there is more to choosing an antenna than just going for the maximum gain. Often it is better to choose a lower gain to distribute the transmitted power over a wider angle.[...]



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