TS-9 to SMA Female patch leads are designed to connect a larger feeder cable coming down from an antenna into a user device such as a mobile broadband modem.
The cable’s right angle TS-9 connector matches the external antenna connection on many 4G modems. Brands such as Netgear use the TS-9 connection to allow the attachment of larger 4G antennas. In most cases a 4G modem will use two TS-9 connectors to operate in 2×2 MIMO, providing twice the performance over a single antenna.
This patch lead is 18 cm (180 mm) in length, and uses a high quality L-100 coaxial cable which is rated to 6 GHz.
It’s important to distinguish the TS-9 connector from the visually similar CRC9 connector. Despite a similar appearance, the two interfaces are totally incompatible. Manufacturers such as ZTE use the CRC9 connector, with Netgear and the latest Huawei modems using the TS-9 interface.
Externally mounted antennas improve the performance of mobile broadband by receiving the stronger signal naturally present outside the building. Many 5G modems do not support external antenna connections due to the highly complex nature of 5G. Instead all-outdoor units like the Cellferno M2000 are becoming increasingly popular.
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