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    Quote Originally Posted by beamen View Post
    I am going to order, if this is right: Please let me know

    http://www.fab-corp.com/product.php?...1&cat=0&page=1
    http://www.fab-corp.com/product.php?...3&cat=0&page=1
    http://www.fab-corp.com/product.php?...cat=282&page=1


    I asked in an email to them what parts I need to order to do Xploitz mod and these are the items he listed.

    He said that the LMR-100A had a ground around the wire. So I guess I don't need to soldier a line to the ground.

    Does this sound right? Do the parts look correct?

    I got the card dissembled now, and I took of the stickers, and painted the aluminum black - should look nice
    Sorry I didn't respond sooner beamen. I had to spend "quality time" with my wife this weekend.

    Since your gonna be crimping on the female bulkhead...I suggest you buy a couple..just in case. The wire looked good and solid and remember...keep your leads from the card to the female SMA as short as possible to reduce signal loss....but that antenna....couldn't tell if it was SMA or not...but I put this on my card..and I love it....


    Its a 10dbi omni from Airlink101..good...cheap...no probs.

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    Something I was wondering after reading your posts beaman. Do you have a coax crimping tool to crimp the RP-SMA connector?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PrairieFire View Post
    Something I was wondering after reading your posts beaman. Do you have a coax crimping tool to crimp the RP-SMA connector?
    Nope, but I have a regular crimper. If not can I just soldier it on? I don't need a ground right? Since he said it was around the wire. Does this sound right?

    Just soldier it to the antenna and I am set?

    If my regular crimp doesn't work, where can I get a coax crimping tool?

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    NP man

    Thanks for the antenna suggestion, I will look into it.

    I will post pictures when my card is finished. It looks COOL in all black

    Quote Originally Posted by -=Xploitz=- View Post
    Sorry I didn't respond sooner beamen. I had to spend "quality time" with my wife this weekend.

    Since your gonna be crimping on the female bulkhead...I suggest you buy a couple..just in case. The wire looked good and solid and remember...keep your leads from the card to the female SMA as short as possible to reduce signal loss....but that antenna....couldn't tell if it was SMA or not...but I put this on my card..and I love it....


    Its a 10dbi omni from Airlink101..good...cheap...no probs.


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    Quote Originally Posted by beamen View Post
    Nope, but I have a regular crimper. If not can I just soldier it on? I don't need a ground right? Since he said it was around the wire. Does this sound right?

    Just soldier it to the antenna and I am set?

    If my regular crimp doesn't work, where can I get a coax crimping tool?
    I used a regular crimper..no problems with it. I don't suggest soldering it..

    And of course you need a ground!!! Solder the shielding of the wire (which is the ground) to that "test" connection piece sticking up..or alternatively...solder the ground to the bottom right portion of the card at the big "squiggly" section of the antenna feed after you scrape off the green. Don't forget to take off that capacitor right underneath that "test" connection piece. Just heat it up and use a pair of needle nose pliers to pull it off with.


    See that thing circled in yellow?? Solder your ground to it. And take out that capacitor directly below it. Now as the alternative ground...you still need to take out the capacitor but ground your wire to that "lighter green" area to the south east corner of the yellow circle just outside the circle. See it? Scrape it all off (the light green) and solder your ground to it. You'd be using the leftover 50ohm line feed..but since the capacitor was taken off..this makes for a smoother and easier spot to solder your ground to.
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    Thanks man I will be sure to do that. I'll post pics when it's all done

    Quote Originally Posted by -=Xploitz=- View Post
    I used a regular crimper..no problems with it. I don't suggest soldering it..

    And of course you need a ground!!! Solder the shielding of the wire (which is the ground) to that "test" connection piece sticking up..or alternatively...solder the ground to the bottom right portion of the card at the big "squiggly" section of the antenna feed after you scrape off the green. Don't forget to take off that capacitor right underneath that "test" connection piece. Just heat it up and use a pair of needle nose pliers to pull it off with.

    See that thing circled in yellow?? Solder your ground to it. And take out that capacitor directly below it. Now as the alternative ground...you still need to take out the capacitor but ground your wire to that "lighter green" area to the south east corner of the yellow circle just outside the circle. See it? Scrape it all off (the light green) and solder your ground to it. You'd be using the leftover 50ohm line feed..but since the capacitor was taken off..this makes for a smoother and easier spot to solder your ground to.

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    Well beamen?? Haven't heard from you in a few days. How did your mod turn out??
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    Quote Originally Posted by -=Xploitz=- View Post
    Well beamen?? Haven't heard from you in a few days. How did your mod turn out??
    It will be here this week I believe. 2 connectors, 2 wires and a rubber duck antenna (5.5dBi). I will post pics ASAP after I have done the mods

    The card looks pretty cool now! All black

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    probably sounds like a dumb question, but how do i get the plastic bits off the card? I think I'll give this a shot once I find some connectors. Also my version is slightly different as the rf shield covers the entire chipset.

    *edit* ignore that, a little brute force and ignorance got it off

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    I've found a pair of edge mount sma connectors. Do you think I could short the capacitor, tie the center pin to the squigly line areas and ground it elsewhere as long as the overall resistance remains somewhat the same?

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