Our current MoCA signaling is transmitted within the Channel D-1 MoCA Band starting at 1125 MHZ with a center frequency of 1150 MHz. MoCA signaling is very resilient to impedance changes because of its high rate of transmission. Although an impendence mismatch severe enough will cause a MoCA signal to deviate and vary from one node to another.
The measure of the MoCA signal, captured in Mbps (PHY Rates), is the baseline measure of MoCA integrity within an X1 home network. Every MoCA device has two paths to every other MoCA device on the same network, one for receiving and one for transmitting. Ideal PHY Rate levels range above 200 Mbps; anything less is considered poor.
MoCA signal transmissions are susceptible to traditional internal splitter loss and port-to-port isolation loss (-20 dB thru - 30 dB). A PoE Resonator plays an important role in minimizing the port-to-port isolation loss. The figures below depict generalized signal level losses meant to show the difference in overall loss due to not having a PoE.
MoCA Enabled Devices and Material