• N to SMA Adapter – GOLD & NICKEL

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    • Adapts the unit to accept an N male connector.
    • Note: Sample pic – may not be identical
    $6.95
  • SMA 50 Ohm 10 dB PAD (attenuator) – GOLD

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    • Adds 10 dB of attenuation when signals are too strong.
    • Useful with the preamps for a net 10 dB gain.
    • Works inline with the Airspy or Mini
    $14.95
  • SMA 50 Ohm Load – GOLD

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    • Used for directional couplers or other SMA terminations.
    • Gold plated.
    • 50 Ohm.
    $6.95
  • SMA Angle Adapter (90 degree) – GOLD

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    • Adapts the RF connection for tight spaces or stress relief.
    • Gold plating matches the Airspy RF connector.
    $6.95
  • SMA to MCX Adapter – GOLD

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    • Adapts SMA Male to MCX Male.
    • Gold plated.
    • Used to adapt SMA antennas to RTL dongles.
    $6.95
  • SMA to SMA Barrel (Male) – GOLD

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    • Connects to another SMA Female device, like the 1090 MHz ADS-B Filter/Preamp
    • Gold plating matches the Airspy RF and Preamp connectors.
    $6.95
  • UHF to BNC Adapter

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    • Adapts a BNC Female to accept a UHF male connector (PL259).

    While UHF connectors are not our favorite at higher frequencies, we also know there are some who will want UHF adapters, so we will sell these for those who want them (see note below *). These will also work fine for the Spyverter.

    * Due to the wideband nature of the SDR units, use of UHF connectors is highly discouraged if you intend to use the unit above 500 MHz. Why? UHF connectors act like a brick wall to RF signals at higher frequencies, and we want you to get the most out of your SDR receiver.

    $6.95
  • UHF to SMA Adapter – GOLD & NICKEL

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    • Adapts the unit to accept a UHF male connector (PL259).

    While UHF connectors are not our favorite at higher frequencies, we also know there are some who will want UHF adapters, so we will sell these for those who want them (see note below *). These will also work fine for the Spyverter.

    * Due to the wideband nature of the SDR units, use of UHF connectors is highly discouraged if you intend to use the unit above 500 MHz. Why? UHF connectors act like a brick wall to RF signals at higher frequencies, and we want you to get the most out of your SDR receiver.

    $6.95