N Male Connector – Wifi – Wireless cable

$4.25

N Male Connector for RL or LMR 400 coax. These rugged connectors are crimp style, ultra low-loss design, incorporating a gold plated pin, crimp ring, and allow for wrench or finger tightening to any coax, or wifi / wireless radio. Perfect for all outdoor applications, which require N Male connection. Works on all RadioLabs WiFi Antennas.

RP-SMA Female – WiFi Coax Connector | 400

$4.25

RP-SMA Connector for RL-LMR-400 style coax. These high quality, crimp style connectors are the highest quality available, made of solid metal, plated, with gold plated center conductor pin. These connectors are the same style we have used for over a decade, on thousands of customer bridges, omni antennas and almost any imaginable WiFi – Wireless installation.

WiFi Pigtail Coax Cables – Wireless Pigtails

$16.95 $14.95

WiFi Pigtail cables – The perfect solution for adapting any wireless card, access point, router or wireless network device to a universal coaxial cable. RadioLabs offers 12″ pigtails for connection to your wireless product. Wifi pigtails are a common way of adapting any wifi device or different cable diameter by adding flexibility to your wifi or wireless cables. AP, Antenna, etc The wifi pigtails are made with high quality coaxial cable (LMR-100 or RG-316 or Equiv) connectors, for simply adapting N Female or N Male to your wireless card, amplifier or injector.

Wireless – WiFi Coax Cable – RL-LMR-400 Low Loss

$74.95$534.95

WiFi – Wireless – RL-LMR-400 series cables, RadioLabs ultra low-loss cable is a very high quality, low loss coaxial cable for all RF Applications, but specifically designed for the best possible specifications you can achieve in the 2.4 and 5.8 Ghz wireless band. RadioLabs unique RL-LMR-400 has lower loss than competitor’s cable, because it was designed using specialized materials, and center conductor / RF Foil and dense, yet flexible 100 percent shielding. Of all wide range cables available on the market, RadioLabs RL-400 and LMR-400 coax is the lowest loss available before switching to small diameter hard line.

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