SBV5322 SURFboard® Digital Voice Modem

The Motorola SBV5322 SURFboard digital voice modem with Lithium-ion battery backup unlocks the potential of telephone service over cable's broadband connection to the home.

It combines a DOCSIS®2.0 cable modem with an embedded multimedia telephone adapter and a field-replaceable Lithium-ion battery backup to provide high-speed data access and up to four lines of primary line digital voice telephone service to a home, home office or small business.

In addition, the SBV5322 integrated Lithium-ion battery backup minimizes the likelihood that a consumer will lose telephone service during a power outage. Easy to Setup and Use

  • An all-in-one solution for secure voice and data services
  • Plug-and-play installation
  • Supports standard Internet software
  • Front-panel LEDs indicate status and simplify troubleshooting
  • Multi-language user guides Telephony
  • Up to four lines (RJ-11) of full-featured telephone service
  • Automatic fax modem processing
  • Support for CLASS services (caller ID, call waiting, three-way calling, etc.)
  • Support for G.711 and other low-rate vocoders
  • Network Call Signaling (NCS) and Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) support
  • DOCSIS 2.0 and PacketCable™ 1.5 certified
  • Interoperable with DOCSIS® 1.0/1.1 and compatible with PacketCable 1.0 and 2.0
  • 10/100Base-T Ethernet (RJ-45) for high-speed data access
  • Support for up to 16 Service IDs (SIDs) allows for future enhanced features
  • Compatible with Windows, Macintosh and Unix computers Reliable and Secure
  • User-friendly online diagnostic page
  • Remote configuration and monitoring from the headend using SNMP and TFTP
  • Integrated, field-replaceable Lithium-ion batteries, which can provide backup power during a power outage
  • Intuitive, built-in web-based diagnostics for quick and easy troubleshooting
  • SNMP and TFTP support for remote configuration and monitoring
  • Support for GR909 test suite allows remotely diagnosing and troubleshooting wiring problems at the customer premise