I was thinking along the same lines. A directional antenna would most likeley increase reception distance x 2. Hopefully Cisco has their ears on the posts here. If you come up with something please leave it posted here.
Please see below dialog .. I never did contact Tim.
I would suggest you work with our distributor. TTI. I do not know what kind of minimum cable order they would require. Suggest you contact Tim Yates at firstname.lastname@example.org
Kind regards, Madeline Healy Customer Service/Tech. Support Amphenol RF 4 Old Newtown Rd. Danbury, CT 06810
-----Original Message----- From: JP Freeley Sent: Friday, November 17, 2006 11:17 AM To: Madeline Healy Subject: Re: FW: Picture of connector...
well what I want is that connector on one end of a pigtail and an N-Type
Male on the other .. is that something you guys can make happen? the eventual goal of adding high-gain antenna to end of pigtail...thanks for
Madeline Healy wrote: > > Unfortunately I have no good news for you, the bottom line is we cannot > > support you in replacing this connector, and the worse news is that we > > know of no place where you can buy just this connector and a crimper to > > install. This U.fl type connector is rolled and stamped on to cable in > > one mechanical operation. It is the opinion of the product manager of > > our mobile line that you need to replace the whole antenna assembly, > > from the manufacturer from whom you purchased the item. > > > > If we can be of further assistance, please do not hesitate to call. > > > > Kind regards, > > Madeline Healy > > Customer Service/Tech. Support > > Amphenol RF > > 4 Old Newtown Rd. > > Danbury, CT 06810