Suggested cable – Cisco Aironet High Gain Omnidirectional Ceiling Mount Antenna AIR-ANT1728 User Manual

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Cisco Aironet High Gain Omnidirectional Ceiling Mount Antenna (AIR-ANT1728)



If you use another mount, make sure the length of the threaded stud does not exceed 0.35 inch
(0.9 centimeter).

Step 7

Use cable ties or electrical tape to secure the antenna coaxial cable along the ceiling track.

Suggested Cable

Cisco recommends a high-quality, low-loss cable for use with the antenna.


The higher the frequency, the higher the loss through the cable. Also, the longer the run,
the higher the loss.

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