TiVo® MoCA POE Filter
MoCA-compliant coax network signal blocker
Our take on the TiVo® MoCA POE Filter by Crutchfield's Steve Kindig
TiVo owners often use MoCA to create a multi-room TiVo system. Because MoCA connects your home network to your coax cable, it is possible for the MoCA signal to carry your network signal out of your home (and out of an antenna, if you have one).
That means that if a close neighbor has a MoCA adapter of their own, it might be possible for them to connect to your home network. While this isn't very likely, the way to eliminate that possibility is to install a point-of-entry (POE) filter.
Typically, only one POE filter is needed where cable enters your home, or at as close as possible to the antenna
What is MoCA?
MoCA (pronounced "mocha," like the chocolate coffee drink) stands for Multimedia over Coax Alliance. It's a great networking option if you can't easily make a wired Ethernet connection. MoCA delivers the same high-speed network connection you get with an Ethernet cable, and delivers it through your existing coax cable (the wire you use to receive cable TV) to any room in your home.
- isolates coax network inside your home
- provides increased security for MoCA-enabled networks
- bandstop provides 70-80dB of rejection
- Class A RFI shielding
- waterproof design
- 75-ohm impedance
- male F-type connector on one end, female F-type connector on the other
- not compatible with satellite TV systems
- warranty: 60 days
- Our 60-day money-back guarantee
What's in the Box:
- TiVo MoCA POE filter
- Installation Instructions
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TiVo MoCA POE Filter: A MoCA (Multimedia over Coax) "Point of Entry" filter is designed to prevent MoCA signals from leaving your home through the cable box or radiating out of an antenna, and may improve the performance of a MoCA home network. Install it at the point of entry of your antenna or cable line into your home.
- Security enhancement for MoCA networking
- Typically, only one is needed where cable enters your home or at as close as possible to the antenna
- For use with a MoCA-enabled networks
- Bandstop provides 70-80dB of rejection
- Class A RFI Shielding & Waterproof
Note: If you are using a MoCA network with your TiVo and you are sharing the coax with an antenna (on your roof or set-top), a TiVo MoCA POE Filter will be required.
Installation: Install the TiVo MoCA POE Filter as close as possible to the cable or OTA (over-the-air) source, before the signal reaches a splitter.
- For Cable TV: Install the filter where the coaxial cable from your cable provider enters your home.
- For Antenna: Install the filter as close as possible to the antenna, or at the antenna itself.
F-Type Connectors: The TiVo MoCA POE Filter has a male F-type connector on one end and a female F-type connector on the other end.
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Why did you buy this?
Filter for reverse signal blocking [ Jack Jun 18, 2018 ]
Because MoCA w/ TiVo Bolt is not working (losing almost 40 channels) and TiVo devices require their own PoE filter w/ 70-80dB rejection. It should be included with Bolt or Bridge. [ Darryl Aug 11, 2017 ]