External GSM Antenna

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(see [[Disassembling Neo 1973]] in wiki) is:
 
(see [[Disassembling Neo 1973]] in wiki) is:
  
MURATA MM8430-2610RB3 SMD RF TEST PORT
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MURATA MM8430-2610 SMD RF TEST PORT
  
 
For a nice fitting adapter search in Google for '''MXHS83QE3000'''
 
For a nice fitting adapter search in Google for '''MXHS83QE3000'''

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GSM antenna adapter.jpg

The GSM-connector to be found near one of the screws (see Disassembling Neo 1973 in wiki) is:

MURATA MM8430-2610 SMD RF TEST PORT

For a nice fitting adapter search in Google for MXHS83QE3000

Datasheet: http://www.murata.com/catalog/o30e8.pdf

[Digikey link, ($32)] http://search.digikey.com/scripts/DkSearch/dksus.dll?Detail?name=490-4982-ND

[Cmpter Electronics] http://www.cmpter.com/gpsantennas.htm

[Future Electronics link, ($29)]http://www.componentsuperstore.com/Store/ProductDetails.aspx?ProductIdentifier=MXHS83QE3000MURATA9833294

There is no hole for the antenna in the back of the case but you can make one easily with a soldering iron or a drill.

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GSM antenna adapter.jpg

The GSM-connector to be found near one of the screws (see Disassembling Neo 1973 in wiki) is:

MURATA MM8430-2610RB3 SMD RF TEST PORT

For a nice fitting adapter search in Google for MXHS83QE3000

Datasheet: http://www.murata.com/catalog/o30e8.pdf

[Digikey link, ($32)] http://search.digikey.com/scripts/DkSearch/dksus.dll?Detail?name=490-4982-ND

[Cmpter Electronics] http://www.cmpter.com/gpsantennas.htm

[Future Electronics link, ($29)]http://www.componentsuperstore.com/Store/ProductDetails.aspx?ProductIdentifier=MXHS83QE3000MURATA9833294

There is no hole for the antenna in the back of the case but you can make one easily with a soldering iron or a drill.