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Wireless Broadband Access Task Force Seeks Public Comment on Task Force Report.
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FCC Task Force Recommends Actions to Speed the Rollout of Wireless Broadband Services to Consumers Across America.
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Powell Statement: Word | Acrobat
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FCC to Commence Spectrum Auction That Will Provide American Consumers New Wireless Broadband Services.
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FCC Releases Data on High-Speed Internet Access Service.
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FCC Improves Data Collection to Monitor Nationwide Broadband Rollout.
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FCC WISP-Related Events

July 12, 2004
Wireless Broadband Access Network Coordination (BANC) Event in San Francisco
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Photos from July 12 Event

May 25, 2004
Chairman Powell, Commissioner Adelstein and South Dakota Governor Michael Round Headline Presentation of WISP Technologies
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Photos from May 25 Event

May 19, 2004
FCC hosts Wireless Broadband Forum
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Forum Agenda and Photographs

November 4, 2003
Rural Wireless ISP Showcase and Workshop

September 8, 2003
Chairman Powell and Commissioner Martin visit to WISP in Rural Virginia


Wireless broadband platforms are an increasingly popular alternative for business and residential consumers. In light of the continuing development of the market for wireless broadband services, The Wireless Broadband Access Task Force was formed to review applicable spectrum management policies and regulations. The Task Force will reach out to all relevant stakeholders and develop recommendations that will further the deployment of WISPs. The Task Force will review current policies to identify whether any changes can further facilitate WISP growth. To assist with its review, the Task Force will actively solicit public input in numerous ways and conduct various outreach activities.

last reviewed/updated on 10/3/05 

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