Originally Posted by devnull
MOCA utilizes frequencies up to 1550 MHz. Do 1000 MHz splitters usually pass higher frequencies?
Look at the specs on your current splitter. If necessary use a splitter designed for satellite TV. They are rated from 5 - 2300 Mhz.
Actually the more I think about it I don't know why the additional bandwidth to pass 1550 Mhz would be needed. CATV is normally between 500 - 900 Mhz so if the signal is sourced from the cable company and then split why would the splitter need to pass more than 900Mhz?
However, I guess without knowing the OP's application I could not rule out using a splitter that can pass more than 1000 Mhz.