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RWA Joins Broadband Access Coalition
The Rural Wireless Association has joined the Broadband Access Coalition to close the digital divide.
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NTCA Joins Broadband Access Coalition to Boost Fixed Wireless Broadband Services in Rural Areas
The Rural Broadband Association today joined the BAC in its effort to petition the FCC to authorize a licensed, point-to-multipoint (P2MP) fixed wireless service.
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Business Coalition Seeks FCC Approval to Bring 'Wireless Broadband' to Unserved Communities
Federal approval to use a sliver of radio spectrum for high-speed internet could rejuvenate economically stagnate rural economies.
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Opinion: Taking a stand for better broadband
According to the FCC’s own 2016 Broadband Progress Report, 39% of Americans living in rural areas lack access to ‘superfast’ broadband, leaping to 41% of Americans living in Tribal lands. Superfast is defined as a broadband internet connection of 25Mbps.
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Google studying 3.7-4.2 GHz band for variety of applications
The 3.7-4.2 GHz band is substantially underused by the satellite industry and Google is studying how much more intensively the band could be used for a variety of applications.
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Mimosa, Cincinnati Bell among those pushing for new rules for 3.7-4.2 GHz band
More than 20 service providers, equipment vendors, trade associations and nonprofit public advocacy groups announced the formation of the new Broadband Access Coalition, which is calling on the FCC.
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Broadband Coalition Proposes New Fixed Wireless Service
The Broadband Access Coalition has petitioned the FCC to authorize a new point-to-multipoint (P2MP) fixed wireless service and let it share 500 MHz of contiguous "underused" midband spectrum—between 3700 and 4200 MHz.
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Lack of Competition Has Driven the Net Neutrality Debate to a Fever Pitch
The ripple effects of the Net Neutrality and Open Internet proceedings are being felt by consumers, the tech industry, as well as Internet Service Providers (ISPs) at the heart of the discussion.
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Fixed Access Economics: Understanding Why Mobile Networks Cannot Bridge the Broadband Divide and What You Can Do About It
Mimosa is proud to be a leader in the effort to extend quality broadband service to underserved areas of the United States, and to bring desperately needed competition to urban and suburban markets.
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Expanding Shared Access: A Creative Approach to Closing the Digital Divide
Over the past decade, broadband speeds have improved and the technology for deploying and delivering services has advanced.
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Broadband Coalition Proposes New Fixed Wireless Service
The Broadband Access Coalition has petitioned the FCC to authorize a new point-to-multipoint (P2MP) fixed wireless service and let it share 500 MHz of contiguous "underused" midband spectrum.
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Broadband Access Coalition Asks FCC for Spectrum for Gigabit Fixed Wireless
An industry coalition wants access to mid-band airwaves that, according to the group, could support as many as three providers of gigabit fixed wireless service in the same geographic area.
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Group Proposes New Fixed Wireless Service in the 3700-4200 MHz Band
A coalition of ISPs and public interest groups submitted a petition to the FCC which would pave the way for a new point-to-multipoint (P2MP) fixed wireless service that would extend affordable, high-throughput, last-mile broadband access.
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New Coalition Petitions FCC to Expand Shared Access to Underused Spectrum to Boost High-Speed Broadband Access in Rural and Underserved Areas
Members of the new Broadband Access Coalition called on the FCC to authorize a new, licensed, point-to-multipoint (P2MP) fixed wireless service in the underutilized 3700 - 4200 MHz spectrum band.
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Realizing the Hybrid Fiber-Wireless Potential: Opening 3.7 – 4.2GHz for Fixed Access
Our innovations in efficient use of spectrum are being manifested in many venues, enabling market growth from rural and developing countries to suburban and urban centers, where people lack choice for broadband service.
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The Future of Broadband in Underserved Areas
Just over 20 years ago, Congress passed the Telecommunications Act of 1996, a sweeping document that mandated that citizens living in “rural and high cost areas” should be afforded the same opportunities as those living in urban and suburban ones.
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