I recently bought two MA2500D, connected them and everything works fine (940mbits throughput connecting 2 Gigabit ethernet clients via a router). Link rates via coax show 2.2 gbits.
I realized, that there are some artefacts when watching Satellite TV (DVB-S2) since I installed the devices.
I read, that the MoCA 2.5 E-Band should not interfere with SAT-TV due to the lower frequency (400-700 MHz).
Are you planning to add support for the E-Band to existing goCoax devices like MA2500D or would this require a hardware change?
It's great to hear that you have successfully connected two MA2500D devices and that you are experiencing high throughput. However, it's concerning to hear that you are experiencing artefacts when watching Satellite TV (DVB-S2) since installing the devices.
Regarding your question about the MoCA 2.5 E-Band, adding support for it to existing goCoax devices like the MA2500D would require a hardware change. Currently, our website does not indicate that the MA2500D supports the MoCA 2.5 E-Band. However, we recommend checking our website for any updates or new products that may support the MoCA 2.5 E-Band in the future.
If you continue to experience artefacts while watching Satellite TV (DVB-S2), we recommend consulting a professional to determine the cause of the issue. Thank you for choosing goCoax products, and please let us know if you have any further questions or concerns.
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Yes.There is a on board band filter for D-band. Wow, normally, there should be filter to reject interference. I don't know Hitron's design.
There is a built-in MoCA filter inside MA2500D? So the filter essentially selects only the Extender D Band frequency? I believe Hitron's MoCA 2.5 adapter does not have a MoCA filter. Some were able to use the backdoor shell to switch the default D band to C band to simulate MoCA WAN for G1100. Now, MoCA WAN is a thing of the past, as VZ removes the MoCA WAN controller completely in newer routers.
Because satellite TV and MoCA have frequency overlap, there is maybe some interference between them.
To support E-band, need the hardware change. The current MoCA band filter is for 1125-1675MHz. Has to be changed to support 400-700MHz.
We have received such requests from some customers. But we don't know the market volume. So we didn't provide such product.