How to Get a Stable Video Call Connection Even If You Can’t Run Ethernet
February 16, 2021

Working from home or remotely, connecting with family, streaming shows and online gaming with friends are all ways that we use video calls regularly. So, making sure your Internet is solid is a must. Just because you can’t run Ethernet in your home doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice your video call connection. There are easier and more affordable ways to boost your Internet. The answer? MoCA technology.

With MoCA technology, you can use the existing TV coaxial cabling in your home with MoCA adapters. The MoCA adapters create an Ethernet backbone to boost your home Wi-Fi, which means strong Wi-Fi for uninterrupted video call connections. MoCA is a clutter-free wired solution that benefits your home Wi-Fi network in a few ways:

  • Better coverage
  • Better streaming
  • Lag-free gaming experiences
  • No frozen or buffering video conferencing
  • Faster Wi-Fi speeds

All you have to do is set up your MoCA adapters, connect your work or school device to the boosted Wi-Fi network, and you are good to go.

By simply using HT-EM4 MoCA adapters, you can enhance your Wi-Fi connection and Internet experience in every corner of your home without costly and messy projects. Want to learn more about how MoCA technology can enhance your home Wi-Fi? Check out Hitron’s Learn page for more resources.

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