Summary: These cables fit TP Link access points and are reasonable price and low-loss. Loss is about 3 db on the 3meter length. I'm using with YAGI antenna (16dBi Yagi Wireless 2.4GHz High Gain Booster Directional WiFi Antenna RP-SMA) also found on Amazon.
Summary: This is exactly what I needed for a Yagi antenna with the amplifier attached to the antenna. It allowed me to bring the USB amplifier inside off the antenna and connect directly to the USB port on the computer. This cable works well for my needs, but has some minor "cons" that are acceptable for my uses. It is a bit stiff, especially during cooler temperatures. Even if "Made In China", it appears to be well made of quality materials.
Summary: Very quality made cable/terminations. It gave us the ability to move the antenna where i wanted to instead of being limited by the fixed length cable that came attached to it. I did have to buy some RP-SMA to FME adapters but they were nicely priced from another vendor online. Did the job, that's all that matters.
Summary: mine is labled LMR-200, which is pretty good cable. not as flexible as cheap cable but flexible probably means worse performance. my 900' reach through some trees leaves with with a 23% signal without this cable (using DD-WRT on a WRT-54G). with this cable it seems to have gone down by from 1% to 3% from that. but now i can protect my router from the rain! good cable, good price. tighten those connectors!
Summary: I try to use this cable but the antenna signal was degraded so much I was unable to use it. I didn't send it back as that was not worth the effort. For me the cable didn't produce the desired results.