Advertisements Right now, I have the OTA and MoCA signals physically separated (i.e., the antenna signal to goes directly to the bolt's coax and the bolt connects via Ethernet to the network); however, I'm thinking about mixing the OTA and MoCA together. This would allow me to connect the bolt exclusively via coax (and not consume an Ethernet drop) and also provide OTA signal to all drops (allowing for TVs without mini's to at least watch live tv). I understand it's best to put a PoE filter where the OTA connects in (to prevent my MoCA network from "leaking" back out through the Antenna), but I don't understand how the splitters affect the OTA and MoCA signals (other than vaguely knowing that each split incurs a ~3dB loss). My RG6 cabling was originally ONT -> 2-way split -> 6-way split -> six outlets _______________ \-> 6-way split -> six outlets I don't need the ONT in the mix anymore, as I've got the Internet going over Ethernet from the ONT to my router and because I no longer have cablecards. I feel like I should put the incoming OTA coax at the "top" of the tree (where the ONT was connected), but what happens if I were to connect the OTA at one of the outlets at the "bottom" of the tree (to the output of one of the 6-way splits? Does the OTA signal percolate through to the other splits and also back up to the "upper" layers? If so, does the signal also experience a 3db loss in the other direction? Additionally, W.R.T. PoE filters, I think I only need one PoE filter (if attached) to directly to the incoming antenna coax, correct? I don't need to worry about the signal radiating out from the wall outlets, correct? And if I were to be extra paranoid about such leakage, an 75ohm F-type cap (either on the output, or directly on the 6-way switches) will prevent any emanations, correct?