Leader in MoCA, offering a full line of MoCA 2.5 Adapters
The first MoCA 2.5 Adapter with a Ethernet port 2.5 Gbit/s : KB-M3-01
Extreme 2.5 Gigabit Ethernet Speeds over Coax
MoCA 2.5 – Faster than ever
MoCA Mesh is capable of 2.5 Gbps
actual data rates. It is the ideal backbone
for Wi-Fi connectivity as it runs over the
existing in-home coaxial cabling
Since the wiring is already in existence, the only thing that is required is to attach MoCA devices at either end. Plug and Play. These devices normally are sold in pairs, so that they can be connected to a variety of devices in the home. Maximum 16 devices in every home network
MoCA 2.5 can offer extremely high bandwidth of 2.5 Gbps. This bandwidth are shared by all the devices. That’s enough to allow streaming 4K/8K videos at the same time, while still playing an online game and transferring pictures from a computer or a mobile device to a television for viewing.
Unlike Wi-Fi, MoCA is based on coaxial cable, a shielded metal wire. That can minimize the external interference. Also the attenuation of the cable is very small, less than 8dB per 100 feet. Even with a 60dB path loss, you still can get a full-speed connection. It is almost comparable to Ethernet
HOW IT WORKS
MoCA technology is a protocol enabling the distribution of content over the existing in-home coaxial TV cabling. The primary job of MoCA technology is to guarantee delivery of packets to their destination.
MoCA technology is used as an in-home backbone to guarantee wireless connectivity. As consumers bring more devices into the home all yearning for bandwidth a wire is required to guarantee the wireless network.Wi-Fi has improved dramatically over the years the stored and live content streaming, gaming, virtual reality and UHD format programming all strain even the most robust wireless network.
As a result of its high performance and reliability, and the support it provides for wireless networks, MoCA technology lowers the cost of managing the entire network, or total cost of ownership.
MoCA 2.5 Spectrum
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.