Extension cables allow you to place your device's antenna in a position that has an optimal line of sight. For example, in a stadium, the module may be behind a small barricade, and by using an extension cable, you can raise and mount the antenna so that the signal can transmit above the obstacle. We recommend using the shortest cable possible as the added length will cause some slight loss of signal. However, gaining a line of sight outweighs the minor loss you might experience.
Articles in this section
- What is MESH, and how does it work?
- How does COBRA perform in RF-rich, high interference environments?
- I believe one of my modules has low signal strength; what do I do?
- Why is the signal strength value negative, and what does this mean?
- On what frequency does COBRA operate?
- What type of antenna connector does COBRA use?
- Can I use COBRA without an antenna?
- Can I use my own antenna with the COBRA devices?
- How can extension cables help improve my signal strength?
- I am shooting in a large stadium, do you have any signal best practices?
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