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I couldn't use this item beacause it didn't fit the router I have. I bought it to he used with the Nighthawk M1 router from AT&T. After connecting this plugs they would not stay connected. Make sure you know exactly which fitting you need for your device before buying.
These adapters are nice quality and fit well. I used these adapters on a cellular installation. I could t find TS9 antenna extensions so I got SMA extension cables and used these adapters to switch things around. Be sure to understand there is slight signal loss (db) for every connector in the line. You can locate calculators online that will help determine the total loss based on connectors and cable used.
*Be SOOO careful when pushing the TS9 end onto the receiving connector. The center conductor on all TS9 connections is very fragile and will bend and crush to the side if not installed correctly.
I am trying to find an alternative to the awful AT&T phone DSL internet (a miserable 3MB's) service in my area using the Verizon 8810L hotspot. Trying to find adapters for the (hotspot to cellular antenna) cable is truly voodoo at this time after purchasing various adapter kits and mifi adapter cables. These are ok quality and helped me try some connect options. About to give up on the hotspot as an alternative internet option since reception can be so variable. Not sure what is the issue for that variation. The idea is simple. Find the strongest signal...point the yagi antenna...carry the signal to a hot spot or interior antenna. Definitely an exercise in frustration for my location.
These are great and actually are TS-9 connectors, but don't expect the tiny TS-9 to support an antenna you'll need an antenna base, so these work great to adapt your SMA cables to a TS-9 for modems that provide TS-9 antenna ports. Be careful with RG58, LMR195, and RG400 sized coaxial cable; as the friction fit of a TS-9 stand up to the extra weight something not RG174 sized without careful cable management with strain relief.
It does "fit" TS9 (somewhat). However it's so loose compare to other adapter/antenna. You don't realise it until you compare it to other band's adapter/antenna. Just listen to other reviewer. DO NOT BUY THIS.
I wasn't believed until I get it...It's not because I have a CRC9, I indeed have a TS9 port (I tried CRC9 antenna and it doesn't fit to my 340U at all).
These are made out of poor grade material. The female part must have some spring in the connector in order to spread but hold to the male connector. These don't. They fall right off. you can squeeze them together and they spread back apart. I bought some adaptor cables that work great.
As others have mentioned these do not fit well into the Nighthawk M1 hot spot. The fit is loose and external antennas will "flop around." It should have a firmer connection. Comparing signal readings, these were no better than using the hot spot without an antenna. Downloads were actually faster using no antenna than using these with external antennas. Could be the loose connection. Could be the antennas. However I tested 3 different antennas. The other two had TS9 connectors that fit snug.
It's a plug that connects ts9 to an sma plug. No I did not do any rf testing to determine how well it worked. I plugged it in and got better signal with the adapted antenna than my device's internal antenna.