- Murata Probe - MXHS83QE3000
- Hot glue
- Outdoor rated SMA cable
- WiMax outdoor antenna
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Step 1: Take the modem apart.
Image below courtesy of http://www.brooskie.com/.
Step 2: Drill a hole in the case.
Find where the case lines up with with the port on the right and drill a hole big enough for the pigtail adapter to fit through.
Step 3: Put the case back together and attach the pigtail.
Now you are going to want to find a way to secure the pigtail onto the modem to prevent stressing the connection from the adapter to the board. I cut the corner out of an electrical box, drilled a hole big enough to slide the SMA connecter through and hot glued everything together.
Step 4: Connect your antenna
Step 5: Results
Around 3-4 bars.
WiMAX RSSI: -71 dBm
WiMAX CINR: 21 dB
After the antenna -
Solid 5 bars.
WiMAX RSSI: -49 dBm
WiMAX CINR: 35db
Leave any questions or comments, I plan to update this soon with more information regarding the antenna installation!