F-Male Crimp Connector
100 ft. RG11 Low-Loss Coax Cable
75 ft. Wilson-400 Ultra Low-Loss Cable
F-Female to N-Male Connector
N-Male Crimp Connector (RG-58)
500 ft. Wilson-400 Ultra Low-Loss Cable
N-Female to N-Female Connector
2 ft. Wilson-400 Ultra Low-Loss Cable
FME-Female to SMA-Female Connector
1000 ft. Wilson-400 Ultra Low-Loss Cable
100 ft. Wilson-400 Ultra Low-Loss Cable
60 ft. Wilson-400 Ultra Low-Loss Cable
SMA-Male to F-Female Connector
2 ft. Black RG11 Low-Loss Coax Cable
N-Female to FME-Male Connector
10'' Window Entry Cable
F-Female to F-Female Connector
Wilson-400 Plenum Cable
N-Male Crimp Connector
FME-Male to SMA-Male Connector
F-Male to N-Female Connector
N-Male to N-Male Connector
50 ft. Black RG11 Low-Loss Coax Cable
N-Female to SMA-Male Connector
75 ft. Black RG11 Low-Loss Coax Cable
SMA-Male to TNC Female Connector
Solderless Field Termination Captive Pin N Connectors
N-Female to SMA-Female Connector
LMR-400 Plenum Cable
SMA-Male to N-Male Connector
½-inch N-Male Connectors
Wilson ½-inch Plenum Cable
Frequently Asked Questions About Repeater System Cables and Connectors
How do installers determine maximum cable length?
The maximum cable length is based on outside signal strength as well as other gains and losses throughout the repeater system. It is recommended to keep cable runs under 100 feet from amplifier to antenna.
What’s the difference between 75 ohm and 50 ohm coaxial cable?
50 ohm cable is generally recommended for cellular repeater system installations. 50 ohm cable is the large commercial industry standard and provides slightly less loss per 100 feet of cable. Installers may opt for 75 ohm coaxial cables if the building is already pre-wired with 75-ohm cable.
What is plenum cable and when should it be used?
Plenum cable is a high performance cable for use in any wireless application requiring an easily routed, low-loss RF cable for in-building systems. It meets building codes based on the National Fire Protection Agency and National Electrical code for in-building installations. Plenum-rated cable is required in areas where cable runs through plenum spaces of buildings, including air ducts.
Why is it important to terminate or attach connectors on repeater system cables?
Terminating or correctly attaching connectors ensure a good connection to all of the various components of a WilsonPro repeater system. When this is done incorrectly, it can result in poor connections to the amplifier, which affects the overall performance of the repeater system.