TS9 is a tiny, delicate connector.
Dual TS9 connectors are often found on mobile hotspots that support external antennas like the Verizon MiFi 8800L, Sprint MiFi 8000 or Nighthawk MR1100 that can be used for attaching an external antenna.
Because these connectors are so small, the cabling used between it and an antenna needs to be small which restricts the cable length to prevent signal loss. However many antenna choices for installation on an RV or boat come with SMA, SMB or N connectors with thicker cabling - so adapters are needed to mate with mobile hotspot devices.
The catch with TS9 connectors is that there is no official standard specification, and some TS9 connectors fit together poorly, or are prone to breaking if pressed on too hard.
If you want to attach an antenna to a hotspot, check the reviews to make sure that you are using adapters that are known to mate successfully with your particular hotspot model.
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