So ihave an TP-Link Archer MR200 4LTE Router.
I would like to increase the capacity of the LTE antenna and some thing is not really clear for me.
So I found a topic here about it and also i wached a several video it on youtube.
I read and found that possible to buy an outdoor LTE 4G antenna and connect to MR200 router, but i have some doubt about it.
So in one of previous topic somebody commented that using this external outdoor 4G LTE antenna to increase the power of the LTE antenna. ---> topic name--> "New antenna for the ARCHER MR200 !" (poynting.tech/antennas/xpol-1/) z
And i also found on ebay a recomended LTE 4G outdoor antenna for MR200. --> (ebay*com/itm/163904686548)
what is not clear for me that these 4G external LTE antennas has an SMA plugs so it is mean to be connected on the router where is the SMA WIFI plugs.
But there is only SMA plugs for output for WIFI antennas.
If my knowledge is correct is not possible that these plugs are working as Wifi antenna output, and 4G receiver. Because the WIFI signal is an output but 4G is a receiver signal.
As i wached another video there is a guy disassemble a Tplink TL-MR6400 v.3 router where is inside 2 build in LTE antenna and 2 Wifi antenna.
So if you connect the outdoor 4G LTE antena on the SMA underlaid on the router, what is meant to be for the WIFI antenna , how it can really increase the signal of 4G LTE for the router???
I do not believe these Wifi antenna outputs are able to handel the 4G LTE input signals as well .
But other wise that is not make sense if they selling this produc rather if it is working.
So please let me know, and explain me. Thank you