COBRA uses the SMA connector type. RP-SMA connectors look very similar to SMA connectors; therefore, if you are using a non-COBRA antenna, make sure it's an SMA and not an RP-SMA connector and that you check your signal strength before using.
Articles in this section
- What is MESH, and how does it work?
- How does COBRA perform in RF-rich, high interference environments?
- 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?
- Can COBRA's signal penetrate through barriers?
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