Helpful Topics to Enhance Your Knowledge
MoCA 2.5 is an enhanced wired solution that is designed to make your Wi-Fi connection and coverage better. Learn more.
A loose coaxial cable can be a reason your Internet is slow, but coaxial cable doesn’t inherently slow down your Internet. Actually, you can leverage coax to improve your Internet speeds. Here’s how.
To get Wi-Fi in your home with a cable modem, you need to pair it with a Wi-Fi 6 or 802.11ac ready wireless router. Here’s the difference.
Should you choose a cable modem/router that supports OFDM or OFDMA? What is the difference? Here’s what you need to know.
Not all cable modems are supported by all Internet service providers (ISP). Before you buy, make sure yours is compatible with your service provider. Here are some tips.
An approved Xfinity router is only compatible with Xfinity Internet services. Here are a few high-level things to know. Check out Hitron’s versatile solutions to meet your needs for various ISPs.
A certified or approved Spectrum modem is only compatible with Spectrum Internet services. Here are a few high-level things to know. Check out Hitron’s versatile solutions to meet your needs for various ISPs.
Find out if your home is MoCA-ready by locating the coaxial ports or jacks. Then buy a pair of MoCA adapters to set up the network. Learn more.
Setting up your MoCA adapters is easy and you can do it yourself without a technician. All you have to do is plug in devices and go. Learn more.
To get cable Internet, you need a cable modem and router, or a gateway (cable modem router). Learn more about the difference and which to choose.
To buy a replacement Spectrum Internet cable modem, you need to know your Internet service provider’s (ISP) compatibility requirements and specifications. Learn more.
Signal attenuation is a loss of signal over the distance of wired and wireless transmissions. There are other causes and ways to prevent its negative effects. Learn more.
Pressure testing for cable signal leakage is necessary for outside plant testing at end users’ homes. It pin-points leaks with precision. Learn more.
Hitron’s coax network testing tools help technicians seamlessly identify, isolate and control signal leakage issues with one simple test. Learn more.
Pressure testing for cable signal leakage helps pinpoint the exact source right away. This can help save you money in a few ways. Learn more.
A spectrum analyzer is a helpful tool for technicians on the job site. It lets you monitor, test and troubleshoot before getting back to the plant or lab. Learn more.