Both work, they’re both great, they’re both terrible?
It’s all about making this a good solution to your problem.
The SMA/SMA-e adapter and the “LTE-only” (Ethermoelectric transceiver) are both great! It depends what you require, the type of signal, number of devices, and other considerations are all up to you. The problem with SMA/SMA-e is you might need a lot more coaxial cabling to hook this up to your tower. It also gets really hot when operating in warm locations. If you need a lot of coaxial wiring and/or your tower isn’t a quiet fit for the tower, use the EMA. If you use a high power signal as a carrier, you’ll probably have a lot of coaxial wiring to install anyway, so the SMA-e can get the job done quickly. The problem with the ETA is many tower models have a very large inductor in the coaxial cable. By the time you get to the antenna and/or the antenna feed point that large inductor is too long for the coaxial cable, or the antenna can’t be attached to the top of the tower. The only way to get the antenna off the antenna feed point is to use a 1/8 to 1/4 inch jack from your harness to put the antenna on. There are a few models with such a large inductor, the SMA-e does not work with these, so avoid these models.
If you’re interested in more specifics, check out this forum thread :
Included in the package:
1 x 1/4 in CAT 5 (1.5 kohm) coax
1 x 1/4 in 1.5k ohm 1/4″ to 3/8″ male to male adaptor and 1/4 to 3/8″ male to female male to male adaptor
Incoming antenna terminal
1 x RJ45 for antenna terminal
1 x 8pin male to male mini-mini-e adapter (to plug into the tower)
1 x RJ45 for elevator terminal
MFSK and frequency shifter terminals
1 x RJ45 for frequency shifter
1 x JST plug for tower radio
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