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This resource from October 2019 provides a policy overview of the effect of federal spectrum management and allocation on Tribal communities. It explores the challenges that Tribes face in leveraging spectrum for economic and public use.
This resource recommends four provisions to be included in emergency pandemic legislation in order for cities, towns, and Tribal communities to leverage internet access as a recovery tool.
This resource documents an analysis of fixed wireless broadband solutions using spectrum and other technologies in the state of Georgia. The report describes associated capital and operational costs and provides a short technical introduction to fixed wireless connectivity.
This blog from CENIC explores wireless technologies that could be used by anchor institutions to extend their connectivity. Technologies include Wi-Fi mesh, television white space, Educational Broadband Service, and Citizens Broadband Radio Service.
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