Identifying antenna connectors

Identifying antenna connectors

Postby Phoenix_down » Sat Jan 04, 2003 6:07 pm

I'm trying to figure out what type of pigtail to use with my EnGenius Wireless PCMCIA network card. Does anyone recognize the type of connector or the brand of card? I thought it might be a MMCX or a reverse polarity MMCX connector, but I really don't want to dump the money into a pigtail that might not work to find the connector type. Here's a pic, if anyone can figure it out, I'd appreciate a post. Sorry I couldn't find a better view of the antenna port.

Thanks
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Postby peekitty » Sat Jan 04, 2003 6:37 pm

Try using the search button above. Search for engenius, you'll find your answer.
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Senao Dealer

Postby rtbruckner » Wed Jan 08, 2003 12:00 am

Hello:

I am the Senao Dealer for the Mid-West region, The connector is mmcx.

If your interested, I also have cables and the 2000 mW cards 2511 CD Plus EXT2. much like your 100 mW
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use this...

Postby Wireless Rev » Sun Jan 12, 2003 1:02 pm

That is the same connector as the ORiNOCO silver / gold. You can use any pigtail for those cards. Fab-corp has a wide selection of those.
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Postby Ai42 » Sun Jan 12, 2003 7:19 pm

It's a standard MMCX connector. I have one of these cards.

This is entirely diffrent from an Orinoco connector, as I have both pigtails and such.

FYI I am rather dissapointed in this Engenius cards for stumbling as the Orinoco is clearly superior.
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yes yes

Postby Wireless Rev » Sun Jan 12, 2003 8:22 pm

Yes you are right, momentary lapse, the orinoco uses the MC connector. :o
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Re: Senao Dealer

Postby itsnotme » Sun Jan 12, 2003 8:31 pm

Originally posted by rtbruckner
Hello:

I am the Senao Dealer for the Mid-West region, The connector is mmcx.

If your interested, I also have cables and the 2000 mW cards 2511 CD Plus EXT2. much like your 100 mW


Jesus, I'd like one of those 2000 mW cards! how about 30 bucks? :)
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oops!

Postby rtbruckner » Sun Jan 12, 2003 8:52 pm

OOPs, 1 too many 0's....2 watts would be nice
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