Amphenol Broadband Solutions DOCSIS Passive Device

Oct. 8, 2018
The DOCSIS Passive Device, placed at the premises demarcation point, ensures that MoCA frequencies are unable to escape the home, thus ...

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The DOCSIS Passive Device, placed at the premises demarcation point, ensures that MoCA frequencies are unable to escape the home, thus protecting the integrity of the service provider's network. By integrating the MoCA POE filter into the unit's surge-protected bonding block, the opportunity for customer tampering is dramatically reduced. Not only are installation components reduced, because there is no longer a need for a separate in-line MoCA filter, but reliability is increased since there are fewer components, which translates to fewer possible points of failed connections and/or devices.

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