This is TRENDnet TEW-680MB, wireless bridge PCB.
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Does anyone know where is the best place to solder a wifi pigtail?
This connector that you see is actually a connector for testing purposes. it is not standard U.FL connector as you might think, it has a hole in the middle, and when you put an needle inside you actually brake the circuit, so that signal doesn't go to the antenna. Just slightly to the right you will find a place for U.FL board connector.
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I might acquire U.FL board connectors but not sure yet. i ordered them a while back, but i got no response.
On the next picture there is a little SMD capacitor that forwards the signal to antenna through the testing connector, first i thought i could de-solder testing connector and solder pigtail onto his place, but i don't want to make that drastic changes to the PCB.
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The best solution i could think of is to change the place of SMD capacitor so that the signal goes "right" to the U.FL connector base and there i should solder my pigtail.
PS. i am not allowed to post http links ... so i had to remove http... admin, could you please allow me to post http?