Review: N Connectors (Accessories)

The hefty weatherproof N Connector is found on large antennas and is often used to compliment heavy-gauge LMR400 cabling.

We've seen the N Connector on the BoatAnt omnidirectional antenna, as well as on weBoost's Wideband Directional antenna.

The BoatAnt-1 has a hefty N-Female connector (left), while the BoatAnt-2 MIMO has dual SMA-Female connectors (right).

The BoatAnt-1 has a hefty N-Female connector (left), while the BoatAnt-2 MIMO has dual SMA-Female connectors (right).

The N-Male connector at the end of an LMR400 antenna cable prepares to slide into the N-Female connector on a BoatAnt (right).

The N-Male connector at the end of an LMR400 antenna cable prepares to screw into the N-Female connector on a BoatAnt (right).

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  • Retail Price: $10 - $15

Testing Status: We use N connectors in our set-up.

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