Faster than ever
MoCA Mesh is capable of achieving actual data rates of up to 2.5 Gbps, making it an ideal backbone for Wi-Fi connectivity. This is due to the fact that MoCA Mesh runs over existing in-home coaxial cabling, providing fast and reliable connectivity that can support a range of applications.
Since the wiring is already in place, all that's needed is to attach MoCA devices at each end - a simple plug-and-play process. These devices are typically sold in pairs and can be connected to a variety of devices throughout the home. Each home network can support up to 16 devices.
MoCA 2.5 technology provides an extremely high bandwidth of 2.5 Gbps, which is shared by all devices on the network. This level of bandwidth allows for seamless streaming of 4K/8K videos, even while playing an online game and transferring pictures from a computer or mobile device to a TV for viewing.
MoCA differs from Wi-Fi in that it uses shielded coaxial cable, which minimizes external interference. The cable also experiences very low attenuation, with less than 8dB per 100 feet. This means that even with a 60dB path loss, you can still maintain a full-speed connection, making MoCA almost comparable to Ethernet.
MoCA technology uses a protocol to distribute content over existing coaxial TV cabling, with a primary focus on guaranteeing packet delivery to their destination. It serves as an in-home backbone, providing wireless connectivity as more devices are added to the home. While Wi-Fi has improved greatly over the years, the demands of stored and live content streaming, gaming, virtual reality, and UHD format programming can strain even the most robust wireless network. Due to its high performance and reliability, MoCA technology can lower the cost of managing the entire network or total cost of ownership, while also supporting wireless networks.
MoCA 2.5 can support Extended Band D and Band E.
Extended Band D: 1125 to 1675 MHz
Band E: 400 to 700 MHz
Our current product only support Extended Band D. It is the default setting. Definitely you can change it to Band D Low or Band D high via web. In some special cases, you have to force it to Band D Low to get traffic passing through.
Because Extended Band D only use high frequency, MoCA 2.5 can co-exist with CATV and DOCSIS, even DOCSIS 3.1.
MoCA is sometimes misunderstood as a peer-to-peer network due to the way its ethernet adapters are often sold in pairs. However, MoCA is actually a full mesh network that supports up to 16 nodes per network. This means that any node can communicate with any other node, and all nodes share the coaxial cable's bandwidth. For MoCA 2.5, this bandwidth capacity is approximately 2.5 Gbps. By utilizing existing coax cables, users can enjoy ultra-high speed bandwidth as well as access to legacy CATV.