This page is for developers. We built this site entirely off the APIs below and we want to share them with you. We have the goal of embodying the spirit of the Internet by delivering the National Broadband Map through simple open standards on which others could further innovate. The APIs (Application Programming Interface) below are provided so that you can further drive the data across the public and private sectors through your own applications. Our APIs are free for use by anyone.

These online tools will empower developers across the country to leverage government data in ways never imagined, creating immense value for the American public.

If you use our APIs, please indicate the source on your page. Also, don't forget to tell us how you have used our platform in your projects! Send email to: We will be featuring innovative uses of broadband data in our Developer Showcase.

Please note: Time series Fall2010 and Dec2010 are no longer available. Use /jun2011/ for oldest available time series. Current is: /jun2012

The tools released include:

Please note: API's which offer a "household" parameter, the data returned is actually "housing units". We will correct this parameter in a future release.

In addition, NTIA/FCC has provided the ability to download data.

Cool Tricks

The following can be appended to search results, compare, rank and summarize:

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