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Which Cable/Connectors I have to use to improve the Hotspot

LoRa Antennas

External and Internal Antennas with wide range of accessories

IoT Sensors

Allows anyone to build out massive, cost-effective wireless infrastructures.


HotSpots are the better way to build wireless IoT infrastructure.

What characteristic impedance is and how it is calculated.

The different types of coaxial cables and connectors







Low Loss Helium Interconnect

Previously Hotspot devices in Europe had a higher Power Output rating. Now that there is a new restriction on output power in Europe, it has never been more important to use LMR-240 Cable assemblies as the perfect low loss interconnect.

Previously, “RG” type coaxial Cables were used between the Helium Devices and antennas. RG cables are now a very undesired option due to their very high loss characteristics – combined with their ability to increase their Attenuation over time – directly resulting in degraded Hotspot range and coverage

Coax cables should never be bent to a 90 degree, fully straight or a slight curve should always be maintained. I would remove that cable tie and relax the 90. Also, sma connectors are not really outdoor rated. I would wrap all the connector adaptor junctions (N, sma, etc)in silicone tape.
  • Upgrading my hotspot antenna to 8bdi do i need to change any settings in the hotspot ?
When you settle on an antenna you can update the info in the app.


The LoRaWAN™ protocol is a global standard that offers a long range (up to 15km) bi-directional communications with very low power consumption, allowing operation for up to ten years on the same battery.

  • January 9, 2022

Window Pass-Through Cable (30cm, SMA/RP-SMA)

Window Pass-Through Cable (30cm, SMA/RP-SMA)

  • January 9, 2022

Black CAT5e UTP (SF) Cable 100m

100m F/UTP Cable on roll Designed for outdoor use F/UTP CAT5e 10/100/1000 Mbps Brand: Nedis

  • January 9, 2022

Cable N female to SMA – RP male

LENGTH 1m, 2m, 3m, 5m, 10m