Delivering more information about Ethernet-over-Coax then you ever want to know. MoCA is the standard for wired home networking over standard cable or satellite TV (aka coaxial) cables. Why should you care? Because soon your whole living room will be networked including the HDTV, Blu-ray, Xbox360, PS3, Slingbox, TiVo, Apple TV, etc.
Your home already has a wired network running through it and you didn’t even know it – it’s called your cable or satellite TV system and it can stream HD, transfer large files, and much, much more with MoCA.
If you are lucky enough to have CAT5/6, more commonly known as Ethernet, running through your house already you are already set and do not need MoCA! However, for the rest of us, MoCA is the way to go.
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