Where is the location of wire anthenna on modem modified router board?
I have a modified router, just 2 months bought it. Last 2 days, suddenly its not capture the signal, the indicator light not showing up. Later, I decided to open the case and I found out the wires of anthenna were disjointed with the board. Anyone knows where is the place of this wires should soldering it back? Please help me.
Is this a good question?
What is the make and model number of the router?
@hanafiaris - if you can post some pics showing the area of concern and a larger one showing the full board. Make sure you have a lot of light and the images are in focus.
Here is the model and make number
@naf13 - I think you’ll need to go back to the seller as I can’t find what you have as it’s not enough info. Can you point to a site that has the router at least. But the real key is getting some pics of the board so we can see things.
Searching online for CP106-ZJ-LTE shows listings for mainly generic unbranded 4G LTE WiFi, WAN, Ethernet routers. The only branded ones were Huawei models B315, B525 and B593 4G LTE routers.
Only the B593 seems to have the external antennae option for the router, (looking at the user guides anyway) located towards the top on the back of the router.
Here's a B593 teardown video I found and whilst it doesn't show the external antennae when the board is visible you can see one long blue cable (signal cable?) and when the board is flipped over you can see what appears to be two blue signal? cables - external antennae connections?? They seem to be in the right place
Maybe this is what the OP was talking about.
But seeing an image of the actual board in question will definitely help
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