Legislators to consider another attempt at easing 5G roadblocks, despite concerns from rural members

Legislators to consider another attempt at easing 5G roadblocks, despite concerns from rural members

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Some lawmakers do, as they are again proposing a bill that would make it easier to deploy the technology needed to roll out 5G, the ultra-fast network that would make everything from browsing the web to responding to emergencies to self-driving cars smoother.
Thursday, June 13, 2019/Author: Andrew Bahl
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Study: Pennsylvania broadband access much lower than advertised

Study: Pennsylvania broadband access much lower than advertised

After conducting more than 11 million internet speed tests across Pennsylvania, a prominent telecommunications researcher says that access to broadband internet in Pennsylvania is worse than publicly advertised.

 

Sascha Meinrath, a telecommunications researcher at Pennsylvania State University, joined state lawmakers Tuesday to detail findings of a rural broadband internet study which found that data provided by the Federal Communications Commission paints an overly-optimistic picture of broadband access in Pennsylvania.

Monday, June 3, 2019/Author: Justin Sweitzer
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Phillips-Hill appointed to FCC committee

Phillips-Hill appointed to FCC committee

As part of a committee expansion, Rep. Kristin Philips-Hill (R-York) has been appointed a panel of the Federal Communications Commission.

She will now serve on the FCC’s Intergovernmental Advisory Committee until March 29, 2019. The committee, expanding from 15 to 30 members, provides advice on state and local telecommunications issues to the federal government.

Thursday, August 2, 2018/Author: Stephen Caruso
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