I'm about to upgrade from double play to quad play, and am looking at what you fine folks would recommend give I've recently re-wired much of my house.
I used to have RG6 to each room (6 total), with each of them terminating in the CommScope 9-port device. However with the remodel I removed the RG6 cables and put CAT6A in their place running a new RG6 Quad shied cable to the one TV. *I realize I might regret removing the RG6 in the future*
(1) - what splitter should I used knowing I only use one TV point and one Internet?
(2) - what attenuator should I get to help with the voltage issues? 3db or 6db?
Here are the modem stats if that helps? I'll need a Docsis 3.1 modem to get the Gig speeds.
|Downstream Bonded Channels|
|Upstream Bonded Channels|
You don't need to attenuate those downstream power levels unless you are actually experiencing problems.
Why do you think that you have "high noise" ? The SNR's are o/k. There are no uncorrectable errors.
I think when I said High Noise, I meant the Downstream Power levels for some of the channles are higher than the recommended +10dBmV (albeit barely).
Downstream Power Levels: -8dBmV to +10dBmV
What splitter would you recommend for internet and TV only? Do I still need the MOCA filter for the incoming RG6?
What splitter would you recommend for internet and TV only?
This one is very good;
Do I still need the MOCA filter for the incoming RG6?
Only if you are using / have MoCA devices on your coax line.