What does MoCA® have to do with WiFi?
MoCA Makes WiFi Better
Use MoCA & Create an Ultra Fast Internet Autobahn
Actiontec’s MoCA Network Adapters create a 1 Gbps “Internet Autobahn” between Wi-Fi access points in your home for an instant performance boost. This super highway uses the existing cable wiring as a backhaul or “Internet Autobahn” for extending the Wi-Fi network beyond the primary router. It creates a bigger pipe for all your traffic, meaning faster speeds, steadier connections and less congestion, perfect for faster file transfers, lag-free gaming, and pristine 4K and HD streaming. On average customers experience a 300% network speed improvement.
How Does MoCA Work?
MoCA stands for Multimedia over Coax. It is a home networking technology that will give you an ultra-high-speed connection over the existing coaxial wiring already in your home.
By simply using MoCA Network Adapters or MoCA WiFi Extenders, you can turn your home network into an “Internet Autobahn” with speeds of up to 1 Gbps*.
Can MoCA Boost my WiFi Signal?
Using MoCA network adapters or a MoCA WiFi extender, you can boost your WiFi signal by up to 300% for a reliable, ultrafast WiFi network for 4K streaming, lag-free gaming, and fast web surfing.
Using your in-home coaxial wiring with bonded MoCA devices, you will essentially create a 1 Gbps “Internet Autobahn” between WiFi access points for an instant performance boost. This enlarged pipeline produces faster speeds and steadier connections for all your Internet traffic.
MoCA Beats Out Standard Mesh WiFi
A standard mesh repeater also only extends the WiFi signal while taking up some of the bandwidth for its connection. A WiFi Network Extender with MoCA, on the other hand, uses a wired connection to your router through a home’s existing coaxial wiring, which creates an ultra-fast backhaul while saving all the bandwidth for your WiFi devices. In the end, you get a reliable, superhighway for your WiFi traffic without dead zones.
How fast should your WiFi be?
Use our WiFi Planner to calculate how many WiFi Network Extenders are required to have the best WiFi coverage in your home.