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An antenna extension cable to the 'usual' reverse SMA ?

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Hope this goes to the right place, didn't find a Wireless Networkbuilding forum.

We would like to move the bundled antennas on some base stations (Handlink WG-601, some Zyxel and Buffalo models) with an antenna cable.
However, unlike many outdoor antennas, bundled antennas in all reverse SMA base stations I know of come with grooves on the inside.

All cables we've been able to find are from base station (grooves on the outside) to outdoor antennas (grooves also on the outside).

Can you point me to a place I can find cables that go from reverse SMA base station (grooves on the outside) to a bundled antenna (grooves on the inside).
Ie. just move the connector from the base station with cable.
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What you are looking for is an -->extension cable<--
this link will take you to a page with numerous types of cabling types. http://www.datapro.net/techinfo/wifi_conn.html
I assume from your description you are talking about RP-sma which is reverse polarity cabling.This cable is found here
http://www.datapro.net/products/1851.html
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YES! Thank you!!  Why on earth is such a simple cable so hard to find?
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You actually had the answer all the time with the extension term ,I just googled rp-sma extension. rp-sma is the proper term for reverse sma.
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