Form 477 Resources

https://transition.fcc.gov/Forms/Form477/477inst.pdf
lots of good information in here


https://www.fcc.gov/general/broadband-deployment-data-fcc-form-477

Who Files What?

  • All facilities-based broadband providers are required to file data with the FCC twice a year (Form 477) on where they offer Internet access service at speeds exceeding 200 kbps in at least one direction.
  • Fixed providers file lists of census blocks in which they can or do offer service to at least one location, with additional information about the service.*
  • Mobile providers file maps of their coverage areas for each broadband technology (e.g., EV-DO, HSPA, LTE).  See Mobile Deployment Data.

https://www.fcc.gov/general/form-477-orders-and-releases


https://www.fcc.gov/economics-analytics/industry-analysis-division/form-477-resources/generating-fixed

Generating Fixed Broadband Deployment Data for FCC Form 477


https://geobuffer.com/
Turn US addresses into coordinates.

xISP news From Washington

https://www.techspot.com/news/79863-fcc-promises-roll-out-improved-broadband-over-106000.html

Back in January of 2018, FCC Chairman Ajit Pai announced a proposal that could have allocated over $500 million toward the development of rural broadband internet lines. At the time, Pai said that closing the “digital divide” between rural and urban broadband was the FCC’s “top priority.


https://www.cnet.com/news/broadband-part-of-2-trillion-infrastructure-agreement-between-democrats-and-trump/

Broadband is expected to be part of the $2 trillion spending plan on infrastructure that President Donald Trump agreed to in a meeting with Democratic leaders. 

On Tuesday, Trump met with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer at the White House to begin discussions about a new infrastructure spending plan.


https://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2019/04/isps-promise-25mbps-for-106000-rural-americans-but-itll-take-a-decade/

More than 106,000 rural homes and small businesses in 43 US states will get access to 25Mbps broadband at some point in the next decade thanks to a Federal Communications Commission policy change.