See 'WikiDevi' @ the Internet Archive (MW XML, Files, Images)
upgraded MW to 1.30 - maybe things are slightly less broken
Motorola SURFboard SVG7782U
SVG7782 Wireless Voice Cable Modem Gateway
Note: Arris is the new (and current) owner of Motorola Home, Motorola Mobility's (previously Motorola's cell phone [mostly] division, now a subsidiary of Google) broadband unit. See more info on TechCrunch and elsewhere...
The P/N of this device looks to be 589529-004-00.
The FCC ID covering this entry also covers the diagnostic-use model (SVG7782U DIAGNOSTIC, P/N: 589529-002-00) and the USB-less model (SVG7782, P/N: 589529-001-00).
Per the FCC photos...
- The MoCA controller is from Entropic Communications.
- The Motorola logo, "5G WIFI CARD", and "588432-002 REV.4" is silkscreened on the 5GHz WiFi module.
- The 5GHz module has two integral on-card antennas and a U.FL jack for another with different positioning (marked BLUE). It looks to be using three Skyworks (SiGe) PAMs.
- (("2.4G WIFI CARD", "588432-001 REV.3", the Motorola logo, and "PCB MADE IN CHINA" on the back of one) OR ("2.4G WIFI CARD", "588434-001 REV.4", and the Motorola logo))is silkscreened on the 2.4GHz WiFi module.
- The 2.4GHz module has one integral on-card antenna and two U.FL jacks for two antennas mounted in a different position. They are marked as YELLOW and WHITE on one board shown.
- The power supply module is a Delta Electronics, Inc. ADP-48AN AA / Motorola P/N 588239-001 (100-240VAC ~ 50/60Hz, 2A -> 12VDC, 4.17A, COO: China).
- The battery is Motorola branded (7.4V, Li-ion). The P/N is 586185-001-00. Cell origin is Japan, final assembly was done in China
- Silkscreened text on the antennas...
- "single 2.4GHz antenna - MOTOROLA MOBILITY LLC", "589245-001 REV 2", and "05-SEP-2012"
- combo antenna - "MOTOROLA MOBILITY LLC", "589248-002 REV 1", and "06-SEP-2012"