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Adding an external antenna to a NetGear MA401

Adding an external antenna to a NetGear MA401

This modification is in two parts, case disassembly and the details on the PCB modification. You might also want to take a look at the modification to an SMC2632 since it is pretty much identical.
The NetGear card external antenna mod is pretty easy and I was surprised that this card hadn’t already been documented on the Internet. Perhaps the greatest virtue of this card is just how easily it comes apart! In fact, shake it hard and it will almost come apart for you (I dropped mine once and that gave me an insight into just how easily the card dismantles – or just how flimsy it is, depending on your point of view!)

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