Blue.Modal is correct. Do NOT use an antenna in each room connected to each connector. Diversity does not work that way.
If the run is short, consider using LMR-400 cable. Cable loss in the RG-58 or LMR-200 will start to affect you. You loose half of your power (3dB loss) in 20 feet with LMR-200.
My actual preference is to use LMR-600, since it does not cost that much more. LMR-400 looses half your power in 50 ft and LMR-600 looses half in about 75 feet.
Remember that there will be loss in each connector and a pigtail must be built/purchased to go from the RTNC connector on the AP to an 'N' type connector (typically) on the LMR-400/600. Also use an omni ceiling mount (or panel wall mount if appropriate) antenna with some gain.
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