Posted by Admin on July 25, 2016
Find out everything there is to know about RG174 cables so you can be well informed and make the best decisions regarding your RG-174 networking installations.
RG-174 is arguably Wilson's thinnest coaxial cable. As a result it is widely used on the roof of a car where it runs from antenna outside through the door to inside car, truck, etc. RG174 coax is generally a flexible and thin coaxial cable which is great for intra-equipment and project wiring but not as great for outdoor use except for vehicular use discussed above. It has an outer diameter of 0.110 inches, an impedance of 50 Ohm and an attenuation of between 5.5 dB on 30 MHz to 75.0 dB on 2400 MHz frequency per 100 feet or 3.58 dB loss per ten feet at a band of 800 MHz and 6.66 dB at a frequency of 1900 MHZ per ten feet. Following are the lengths with respective connector as available from us.
Wilson 951116 six feet coaxial RG-174 cable is for indoor usage to connect an amplifier directly with an external Wilson antenna adapter. It is also handy to create a connection between a small antenna and a mobile wireless type of amplifier. The black coaxial cable has a signal attenuation of below 2 dB. It comes fitted with FME-Female to FME-Female connectors.
The Wilson 951130 six-foot coaxial cable is a great adapter extension and an RG-174 cable fitted with SMA-Female/SMA-Male connectors.
This Wilson 951141 coaxial cable is fitted with SMA-Male to SMA-Male connectors. The six feet R174-G cable has a diameter of 3/32 of an inch and works with 50 Ohm systems. It is ideal for homes, M2M and vehicle indoor installations. The cable connects a small antenna with ease with a mobile kind of wireless signal booster. R174G cable has a 2.15 dB signal loss on 800 MHz frequency and 4 dB on 1900 MHz band.
Wilson 951144 is a six-foot RG-174 SMA-Male to FME-Female connector coaxial cable. The cable has a thickness of 3/32 of an inch and works with 50 Ohm systems making it great for M2M, home and car installations. It is generally used as direct amplifier connection cable for extension purposes with Mobile Pro or Sleek amplifiers and increases the reach to the truck or car's antenna on the exterior. It has 2.15 dB attenuation on 800 MHz band and 4 dB loss on 1900 MHz frequency.
The Wilson 971125 six-inch RG-174 coaxial cable is a SMA-Male/ FME-Female Jumper highly used in connecting SMA-Female to the TNC-Female connector. It comes handy in connecting amplifiers directly or mobile antennas from Wilson to antenna ports or cellular sockets. It holds a negligible 0.1 signal loss.
Wilson 971126 six-inch RG-174 cable is an FME-Female/ SMA-Female connector, an adapter highly used in connecting Female TNC and Male SMA Connectors. It has a negligible loss of 0.1 dB and can be used with FME older amplifiers as well.
Wilson 359934 is a six-inch adapter cable with N-Female/ MCX-Male connectors. The RG-174 connects Wilson amplifier and cellular antenna to the outer RF antenna port of a mobile device such as 3G data card or cell phone that works an MCX connector. Plugging into an outer external port on the mobile device, the adapter cable goes ahead to attach right on a cable or amplifier from a Wilson Electronics antenna.
Through the Wilson 359937 cable, it is easy to directly connect an amplifier right on a mobile device or antenna. The RG-174 FME-Male/ MCX-Male connector adapter cable also comes in handy in connecting external antenna to a Wi-Fi/ 3G routers. It works impeccably with 50 Ohm devices.
The Wilson 359932 six-inch adapter RG-174 cable has a MCX-Male connector on one side and an FME-Male connector on the other. This allows a connection to an amplifier or antenna and directly to a radio frequency cell phone port that is MCX connector compatible.
Through the Wilson 359933 twenty-inch RG-174 cable, you can direct-connect an antenna or amplifier unswervingly onto a mobile device. The 20 inches long cable plugs into the antenna external port of a mobile device before attaching directly onto a cable or amplifier from any of the diverse Wilson antennas. It has an impedance of 50 Ohm with FME-Male connector on one end and MCX-Male on other.