We receive calls daily from people looking to modify their Wifi equipment. We probably don't have what you need; half of the customers who order parts from us for this application end up getting the wrong part; & modifying such equipment is usually not allowed by the FCC. The FCC mandated the use of unusual connectors just to keep people from making such modifications; adding amplifiers or hi gain antenna's can cause interference with other systems & violates the equipments type acceptance. So the FCC mandated the use or reverse polarity parts & reverse thread parts.
We are allowed to sell to equipment manufacturers for test purposes. We're often asked for a reverse sma something or other. Our preference is to talk about more specific details; do you need a thread on the outside of the connector, or a turnable nut? do you need a pin on the inside of the part, or a socket? Is the part a right hand thread, or left hand? Many customers think if there's a pin on the inside of the part its a male; but officially a male part is defined by the outer locking mechanism of the connector. Its easier for everyone if we stay away from referring to male or female parts when discussing reverse polarity parts.
Our reverse polarity adapters can be seen Here