@kulkulkan, your network diagram is correct - the HPNA splitter is just a coax splitter with a wider frequency range to include the HPNA frequencies.
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It's a digital signal, so as long as the bits are delivered the picture will look the same. If there was a problem with the cable connections and the bits can't be delivered, you would see dropouts and/or macro blocking.Is signal better with the RJ45?
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