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Top Global MB8000
For a list of all currently documented Intersil chipsets with specifications, see Intersil.
OEM Gemtek (model WAPM-132B v01 [WAPM-132B_V01, 190-C02-6601]), designed by Top Global
This device is meant to serve as a mobile 3G (expansion through the sole CardBus slot) hotspot.
The FCC ID on this unit points to an Lucent HERMES I based (Ruby radio) card.
The device actually used in the unit (some units?) is an Intersil PRISM 3 (Gemtek WMII-106B) card.
- The Mini PCI card is also soldered to the Mini PCI retaining clips.
Barrel ID/OD/Len measurements not exact.
The CPU (Freescale Semiconductor MPC8245) is apparently PowerPC based.
The unit appears near identical (in casing, board style, component usage + placement, default
credentials, and unit assembly) to the Lucent / Agere / Proxim AP-1000/AP-2000 access points.
Per the Top Global company overview, "the core management and R&D team of Top Global
have many years of professional working experiences in AT&T, Lucent, Agere, Huawei, and Cisco".
The default SSID is Topglobal- followed by the last 5 digits of the serial number.