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Tribal Mobility Fund Phase I Eligible Areas

This map shows the areas identified as eligible for Tribal Mobility Fund Phase I support as of February 2014. These areas are populated US Census blocks that lack 3G or better mobile coverage at the centroid of the block. These blocks were identified by analyzing 2010 US Census data, January 2013 Mosaik Solutions data, and ...

Tribal Mobility Fund Phase I Potentially Eligible Areas

This map shows the areas identified as potentially eligible for Tribal Mobility Fund Phase I support as of March 2013. These areas are populated US Census blocks that lack 3G or better mobile coverage at the centroid of the block. These blocks were identified by analyzing US Census data, January 2013 Mosaik Solutions data, ...

FCC Enforcement Actions Against Pirate Radio by Location

This map tracks the Enforcement Bureau’s efforts to shut down pirate stations and take aggressive enforcement action against the operators and those who assist them. It consists of Bureau or Commission orders related to pirate radio operations, but does not include unpublished informal warnings, which may be issued in appropriate circumstances.

Evolution of LPFM Stations

This time series visualization depicts approximate dates of Low Power FM stations going on the air along with milestones in the establishment and expansion of the LPFM service. 

Locations Unserved by Fixed Broadband

This map was created to fulfill the requirements of the Commission’s November 19 Further Notice of Proposed Rulemaking. It shows areas that are reported on the National Broadband Map as unserved by fixed broadband with advertised speeds of 3 Mbps downstream and 768 kbps upstream. The map relies on the current version of the National ...

Low Power FM Opportunities without 2nd Adjacent Spacings applied

This map shows availability for new Low Power FM (LPFM) radio broadcast stations nationwide based on rules adopted by the Federal Communications Commission on November 30, 2012. This map does NOT assume protection of other 2nd-adjacent channel FM stations. Data to create this map is based on the FCC Channel Finder Application found ...

Section 706 Mobile Deployment Map

This map was created by the FCC to illustrate the Commission’s mobile deployment results found in the Eighth Broadband Progress Report, which uses data underlying the National Broadband Map, as of June 30, 2011. It shows census block areas of the United States with access to mobile services of at least 3 Mbps download ...

Section 706 Fixed Broadband Deployment Map

This map was created by the FCC to illustrate the Commission’s broadband deployment results found in the Eighth Broadband Progress Report, which uses data underlying the National Broadband Map, as of June 30, 2011. It shows census block areas of the United States with and without access to fixed broadband of 3 Mbps download ...

ABC Coalition FTTP Cost Model

This map shows the forward-looking cost of a fiber-to-the-premises (FTTP) broadband deployment, as estimated by a large publicly available cost model. This model takes into account the location of current broadband and telecommunications infrastructure as well as the current count of residential and business locations. The map shows the range of the total ...

ABC Coalition FTTD Cost Model

This map shows the forward-looking cost of a green-field DSL (also called a fiber-to-the-DLC or FTTD) broadband deployment, as estimated by a large publicly available cost model. This model takes into account the location of current broadband and telecommunications infrastructure as well as the current count of residential and business locations. The map shows the ...

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