TP-LINK TL-ANT24EC3S 3m/10ft Antenna Extension Cable, RP-SMA Male to Female connector
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- 3 meters low loss CFD-200 cable
- RP-SMA Male to Female connector
- 3 meters in length allows you to relocate your antenna to a optimal position to maximize the wireless performance
- Features higher performance low loss CFD-200 cable with excellent flexibility
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TP-Link TL-ANT24EC3S 3 Meters Antenna Extension Cable
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knee- high 7' high
2.4GHz -57 to -62 -58 to -63
5GHz -65 to -71 -57 to -60
At 5GHz not only did the signal increase by ~10dB up high but the signal was more stable - less variation. Wow , this is HUGE in RF terms.
2.4GHz performance was somewhat disappointing with a 1dB degradation. I was surprised by this since the TP-LINK packaging says the cable is good up to only 3GHz. Luckily I use 5GHz almost exclusively due to 2.4GHz congestion, so I am quite happy with these cables.
For my application, I used three of these cables in combination with a TP-LINK Archer T9E AC1900 WiFi adapter and three 9dBi "Super Power Supply" antennas. The reason I purchased these cables is because the cables that came with the SPS antennas were relatively cheaply made and a bit too short for my needs after upgrading to the 802.11ac WiFi card (I moved my antennas further away from my computer in order to increase the 5GHz signal strength for better connectivity and stability at 802.11ac). While I did not measure the exact impact of replacing the cables alone on signal strength, the combined impact of repositioning the antennas and longer better shielded cables has increased my signal strength by over 10dBm. Additionally, I attempted to test the cables' shielding by temporarily running them right next to some power cables, which failed to have a noticeable impact on signal strength - perhaps not the most rigorous test, but I was satisfied with the results.
Here are the specifications from the packaging:
Frequency Range: DC ~ 3GHz
Impedance: 50 ohms Nominal
- 2GHz --> 2.0dB
- 2.5GHz --> 2.2dB
- 3GHz --> 2.4dB
VSWR: 1.5:1 Max
Length: 3 Meters
Operating Temperature: -10°C ~ 60°C (14°F ~ 140°F)
Storage Temperature: -40°C ~ 80°C (-40°F ~ 176°F
There is a 1-year warranty on these cables.
I ran the cord to the outside of the building and used a simple cable staple to attach it to the underside of the fascia. I can now monitor the shed 24/7 without dropping signal or having to stand a few feet from the shed. I have also not noticed any loss of quality when adding this.