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Antronix Amps Up Cable VoIP

Announces 2 new VoIP Residential Amplifiers: a five 5-port device and a 9-port device

October 27, 2009

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DENVER -- Antronix today announced two (2) new VoIP Residential Amplifiers: the VRA50, a five (5) port device featuring a passive VoIP port and four (4) amplified output ports with unity gain in the forward direction and passive return & the VRA900, a nine (9) port device featuring a passive VoIP port and eight (8) amplified output ports with unity gain in the forward and return directions.

Both offer a passive VoIP port providing for reliable service, even when power to the amplifier is disrupted. These amplifiers employ the Antronix patented CamPort® auto seizing F-port, ensuring maximum contact area and reliability for multimedia applications. The all ports down configuration allows for ease of installation in a NID enclosure.

With a 3 dB noise figure, the devices offer clean amplification of weak signals. 6 kV surge protection without arc gaps reduces high impulse noise on RF ports during discharge. Proprietary ferrite blend inhibits re-magnetization of the core due to voltage spikes preventing high level return carriers from affecting forward path video signals.

Antronix Inc.

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