Friday, March 13, 2015
Yes, Asus cheated: The FCC fined the router maker last year
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"Netgear accused Asus of submitting false test results to the FCC in an
effort to gain an unfair competitive advantage."
Asus "admits that its marketing of these intentional radiators violated the
Commission's rules." The settlement states that these devices emit radio
frequency radiation that's out of compliance with the FCC's technical
requirements and could interfere with authorized communications.
"But the bottom line is that Asus has admitted to violating FCC rules and
regulations. They misled reviewers and they misled consumers."