I've got a Netgear Nighthawk M1 router which has previously been connected to a single omni antenna.
I need to get a new patch cable as I bent the pin on my current one.
I noticed there are dual patch cables that have 2 TS9 connections back to a single FME male connection.
Given I only use 1 antenna - are the dual patch cables of any benefit over a single patch cable connected to just one of the Nighthawk antenna plugs?
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