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Moving on to the E series, Figure 9 provides a look at the E1000's board. You should be pretty familiar with this design by now, having seen it for both the M10 and WRT160N V3!

Linksys E1000 board
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Figure 9: Linksys E1000 board

Figure 10 shows one of the photos from the E2000's FCC ID internal photos document.

Linksys E2000 board
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Figure 10: Linksys E2000 board

While Figure 11 shows one from the WRT320N's FCC document. I think the photos speak for themselves! Download the documents for the WRT320N and E2000 if you think I made a mistake! (You may need to rename the files using a .pdf extension.)

WRT320N inside
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Figure 11: WRT320N inside

A similar deja vu occurs when checking out the E3000's internal FCC photos, one of which is shown in Figure 12. I'm not going to bother showing the duplicate in the WRT610N V2's FCC document, for obvious reasons!

Linksys E3000 board
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Figure 12: Linksys E3000 board

Finally, the separated-at-birth trend continues for the E2100L and WRT160NL, so I'm just showing the photo from the E2100L's FCC file in Figure 13. You can pull the WRT160NL's FCC file and check for yourself.

Linksys E2100L board
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Figure : Linksys E2100L board

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