Advertisements Got a technical question for you guys. I've bought a few of the Yitong bonded MoCA 2.0 adapters and they've been rock solid so far for 1 Gbps speeds, so I got more to set my parents up with OTA TV and Ethernet for smart TV sets (they've got some loathsome Cat2 cabling so MoCA was the only way to go). At their wiring closet, I'm using a BAMF 5-2300 MHz 4-way splitter. Some of the rooms with TV sets have the gigabit MoCA adapters to de-diplex the Ethernet and OTA signals, and others don't. My question is about the rooms with cable runs that connect directly between the MoCA splitter and a TV set. I haven't noticed any interference from the higher MoCA freqs while watching OTA channels on these TVs. But 'should' there be interference from MoCA whenever there's Ethernet signaling, due either to different wattages between the MoCA and OTA inputs in lieu of port isolation or to passive intermodulation? I'm just curious whether those rooms really need diplexing if only OTA signals are being used on a given outlet. Thanks!