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This report uses data from the FCC and the U.S. Census to explore the relationship between facilities-based competition and broadband adoption. The researchers found that competition between cable and fiber did not seem to bring the last group of unconnected people online.
This report from January 2021 analyzes data provided by ISPs to measure the performance of a sample of residential broadband services offered in the United States. The study finds that most of the major providers’ download speeds were at or better than advertised during peak hours.
A study that estimates the economic benefits of expanding fixed broadband adoption in three Missouri counties—Bollinger, Henry, and Nodaway—over a 10-year period. The report used both minimum and maximum projected adoption rates and described how the expansion could lead to growth in the employment rates, labor income, and gross domestic product of the counties.
This resource provides an overview of broadband access for Native communities, including disparities in fixed and wireless, barriers to access, and strategies for addressing these disparities.
The Resource Library is a curated collection of expert broadband resources, including funding guides, policy analyses, how-tos, and more. Every resource has been verified by the CTC Energy & Technology team, drawing on their more than forty years of expertise. The library is continuously updated as new resources are submitted for review. Search the resource library to find analysis, explainers, and case studies to answer your broadband questions.
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