The Milenium Series of multi-taps and faceplates provide the industry’s lowest insertion loss.
The Antronix Milenium Series of drop power multi-taps are the industry preference for Wi-Fi access-point powering applications and VoIP telephony interfaces.
The Antronix Milenium MGT series of 1.2 and 1.6 GHz multi-taps lead the broadband industry in performance and reliability. Our MGT2000-SDPE series of powering taps provide the same performance as well as Wi-Fi and subscriber NIU powering. All Milenium taps provide low insertion loss, feature Antronix's patented CamPort® and offer E-Option signal conditioning plug-in options. Milenium tap faceplates mate to the Antronix USP baseplate for continuous video, data, telephone and power during replacement installations. The unmatched flexibility of the Milenium series multi-taps and faceplates with backwards-compatibility allows system engineers to upgrade existing designs expediently and cost-effectively. Milenium multi-taps provide 1218 MHz bandwidth performance in addition to 6kV combination wave surge withstand on all ports. Our 1602 MHz series MGT faceplate will allow operators to extend their networks longetivity in a retrofit design. A first in the industry, this latest evolution of the Milenium MGT platform will be available in 2021.
The innovative E-Option signal conditioning multi-tap solves many network problems through a creative and highly cost-effective plug-in. A variety of E-Option signal conditioning plug-ins are available to condition either, or both, the return path and the forward path. E-Option saves money and time while adapting network systems to today's broadband requirements.
Never before has adapting your network to meet the demands and extended frequency of the latest generation of DOCSIS, Fiber Deep, Node +0, or Node + N and Remote PHY architectures been so practical and economical.
With the industry's most comprehensive line of adaptive plug-ins and dB values, an E-Option conditioned network assures the optimal performance across the entire tap cascade and the most effective end of line performance and MER, regardless of architecture or Node output levels.