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Coaxial Cable 30 ft. Ultra Low-Loss Coax Cable (N-Male to N-Male) | 952330

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Works on every network, on any carrier.

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30' of 50-Ohm, low-loss, black WILSON-400 COAX cable; N-Male to N-Male.

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Model Number:952330
Price$ 64.99

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    Asked by richard 20 days ago

    Question: I require a 30 foot Wilson 400 cable with one N-Male to SMA male connector do you have this ? to connect a DRIVE 4G-M to a 4G wide band marine antenna

    Answer: Thank you for your question! We do have a 30 ft. Wilson 400 cable and an adapter for you to connect the cable to the Drive 4G-M. The part number for the cable is 952330. The adapter you would need is the N-Female to SMA-Male which can be found as part number 971156. Thank you!

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    Asked by Jojo 4 years ago

    Question: How many dB loss is this 30ft cable?

    Answer: Thank you for your question! You will have about a 2.1 db loss. LMR 400 or Wilson 400 loses .7 db per 10'. If you have any other questions you can reach us here:

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    BEFORE USE, you MUST REGISTER THIS DEVICE with your wireless provider and have your provider’s consent. Most wireless providers consent to the use of signal boosters. Some providers may not consent to the use of this device on their network. If you are unsure, contact your provider. You MUST operate this device with approved antennas and cables as specified by the manufacturer. Antennas MUST be installed at least 20 cm (8 inches) from any person. You MUST cease operating this device immediately if requested by the FCC or a licensed wireless service provider.


    E911 location information may not be provided or may be inaccurate for calls served by using this device. Please note, the four largest carriers, namely, AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon and Sprint, and more than 90 regional carriers have given a blanket consent to all boosters meeting the new certification standards