How antennas should be connected to M.2 modems installed in an NSR

How antennas should be connected to M.2 modems installed in an NSR

  1. To prevent interference, the antenna connectors for each channel are split onto opposite sides of the module.
    1. This may cause confusion as it is a reasonable assumption that the connectors are associated with the LEDS below.
  2. It is critical that the Main antenna for each slot be connected.
  3. Here is the layout for the GPS, Main, and Aux connectors for each channel:

  1. This can be described as follows:  The connectors and LEDs marked with solid green are related to channel A.  The connectors and LEDs outlined with a green line are related to channel B.

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