RF Cables for m.2 WiFi/BT cards... very small

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  1. neilhart

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    Oct 30, 2016 at 9:50 PM #1
    neilhart

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    The current crop of radio cards for the m.2 interface are very small. Much smaller the the 1/2 Mini-PCIe cards. I am dealing with the BCM94352Z WiFi/BT card for the m.2 socket. I needed RF Cables for my G4 Cube project and found that this card requires cables with the "MHF4" connector. Here is a photo showing a u.fl connector and a MHF4 connector.

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    The u.fl connector is about 3 mm wide and the MHF4 is just 2 mm wide.

    To install these cables to the radio card takes very good vision, a steady hand and a good set of tweezers.

    You can find the RF cables on Amazon by searching on MHF4.

    Good modding.
     

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