In speaking with the Entropic folks at CES back in January, and seeing the prototype version there....they indicated that this version would probably support MOCA v1.1.
Entropic indicated there was really no significant difference between MOCA 1.0 and 1.1, but still curious if any of the testers confirmed which version is supported in the new units.
The next version of DECA, we were told, would be supporting MOCA 2.0 - not until 2013 most likely based on the reported information at CES. That next version will ramp up the bandwidth/speed support further.
The new units in this form factor appeared to be very well constructed and durable. The smaller size will surely be appreciated by installers.
I tend to think DECA is 1.1:
The MoCA 1.0 offers greater than 100 Mpbs MAC rates and 270 Mbps PHY rate. Products with MoCA 1.0 embedded are available from several companies and include set top boxes, routers and gateways, bridges and ONTs.
The operating frequency is 850-1500, well above the ranges employed by other CE devices and services. This is another benefit of the technology, as it does not interfere with other devices and services already in use.
MoCA 1.1 is an extension to MoCA 1.0 and offers 175 Mpbs MAC rates (PHY rate remains the same), parameterized quality of service (PQoS) for provisioning and bandwidth management of real time data requests for video applications, and 16 node network extension