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Re: MoCA Question - you folks know best...
As long as the splitter is rated for at least 1GHz, it should work. The only thing I'd be concerned about is the amp - depend in the make/model, it may not pass the MoCA frequencies.
Also, I'd recommend putting a MoCA filter on the Modem (some people have trouble with cable modems and MoCA for some reason) and a PoE filter outside before the splitter to keep everything contained within your home.
BTW, if you have Ethernet connected to the TiVo now, you can use it as a MoCA bridge - no additional hardware required.
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Amp is an Antronix ARA1-15 with a freq. range of 52-1000MHz. I saw PoE filters discussed, but not MoCA filters, and neither appear to be readily available from sources such as Amazon or Newegg. Any suggestions??