This Asus WL700gE / WL-700gE is a “Multifunctional Broadrange Wireless Router” with a 160 or 250 GB hard drive installed. It comes labeled with FCC ID MSQWL700GE, however, no FCC registration exists for the device. MSQ is the proper business grantee registration for Asus, and the latter part of the FCC ID (WL700GE) matches the model of the device. Additionally, there don’t seem to be any FCC registrations by Asus around the time of the router release (February 2006) that could match the device (ruling out a typo in registration).
Although the device has been registered in Korea with the labeled FCC registration number, reasons why the device may be unregistered with the FCC remain unclear. Both Asus and the FCC have been contacted for further information.
Response from the FCC:
FCC response on 10/13/2016
The FCC ID is unauthorized. Please see the following link.
BluFi is an amazing BLE to WiFi Gateway that eliminates the dependency for mobile devices end user apps being in proximity to beacons. BluFi allows for the capture in real-time of beacon advertisements which then returns the data back to your or our cloud/server via WiFi.
BluFi features a simple plug-in module to bridge beacons into existing WiFi connections to receive and transmit Bluetooth beacon payload data over WiFi.
BluFi is part of the BEEKSTM Bluetooth beacon platform that interfaces with BluZone, the cloud-based developer hub to control and manage your beacon projects.
This device operates in the 915 MHz bandwidth, a frequency often used for connected home devices and z-wave technology.
The user manual indicates several models are being produced globally including
WMVRB-868 868MHz variant for use in Europe
WMVRB-915USA 915MHz variant for use in America / Canada
WMVRB-915ANZ 915MHz variant for use in Australia / New Zealand
The WMVRB, known informally as the vertical radio board, is a radio module which allows wireless connectivity to be added to street lighting products which require an interface to a WiMAC installation. The module behaves in the same way as the existing product, known as a leafnode, behaves. A single connector provides both a power connection and a data connection. The motherboard which accepts this module needs to communicate using the RSMS2 protocol. The content of this protocol is confidential but parties providing integration to this module can obtain a copy of the protocol from Harvard Technology subject to entering into an appropriate information sharing agreement.
The approved device was labeled with the following
Manufactured November 2015
Label # 16870128
“Do Not Handle Antenna”