Nice price point but quality control problems evident
Gary Gibbs, Amazon
2 September 2014
Summary: The connector threads on this antenna did not fit my brand new Bullet M2 HP, nor did it fit the 90 degree adapter that comes with the Bullet Titanium. The antenna is supposed to have a standard female type N connection but the threads mesh for less than a half turn, a classic sign of close but...
Summary: I connected this antenna to the Amped Wireless wifi extender REC15A using a TP-LINK (TL-ANT24PT3) 10ft N Male to RP-SMA Male Cable to create an "in-trailer" network in my RV. It definitely allowed me to pick up a much better signal than my computer could pull in (showing networks that my computer...
Summary: from 5th fl to the backyard -- in a NYC apartment -- I now have 4 "bars" on the Ipad wifi. Attached antenna with the provided hardware to the child-proof gear on the window frame. Guide the cable trough the air-co inlet. Via a separately bought cable I have connected it to my Fios router.
Summary: Connected to an ENH200 via a 20 foot cable (TEW-L406) and lightening arrestor (Otew-Asak) the Signal went from -98dBm without this antenna to around -60dBm with it at a distance of around 400 feet.
Summary: I'm using this with a Ubiquiti Bullet Wifi Adapter on my sailboat mast. I get great reception and you can't beat the price. My initial testing is with just hanging it halfway up the mast with the flag haylard. Outstanding!
Summary: Just a note that the spec sheet on the Engenius site lists 60 degrees vertical beamwidth, but it is not correct. It is around 18 degrees according to the radiation graph, which is in the range you'd expect for a 8dbi omni.