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Brendan Carr
Commissioner - Federal Communications Commission
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TPA 1h
Commissioner : “China puts 460 cell sites a day into operation, twelve times our pace.” America needs to make deployment fast and easy!
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National Grange 21h
Looking forward to hearing discuss his plan at tomorrow’s event. Our rural communities are eager to see the innovative benefits of 5G networks
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On 5G in rural America: "with a vote later this month to help streamline wireless infrastructure deployment . . . [t]his [FCC] proposal will benefit communities like ours in a real, tangible way."
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Evan Swarztrauber Sep 19
ICYMI, catch the video of and discussing the and efforts to ramp up small cell deployment.
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Brendan Carr Sep 18
Joined Citizens Against Government Waste () to discuss how smart infrastructure policies can incentivize billions in 5G & next-gen broadband deployment without a penny in new taxes.
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Evan Swarztrauber Sep 18
. joins and for a Facebook Live interview on
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Brendan Carr Sep 18
Thanks to the Congressional 5G Caucus & for a great event focusing on the economic opportunity 5G will unleash for small businesses. 4G ushered in the $950B app economy. 5G is the plaform of economic opportunity for the next decade. FCC will vote on 5G order next week.
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The App Association Sep 18
We are live at the App Association and Congressional 5G Caucus are bringing together and to discuss the economic impact of on
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DigiCity Sep 17
Federal guidelines aim to help cities get smarter, faster. Commissioner shares the intent and benefit of these latest policy initiatives with us
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Brendan Carr Sep 17
Thanks to & for chance to discuss 5G-the next gen wireless service that will unleash a new wave of economic opportunity China has built cell sites at 12X the pace as U.S. The FCC votes this month on a smart infrastructure plan that will help us win the race to 5G
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Brendan Carr Sep 17
State and local lawmakers like Rep Weninger () & Mayor Jenn Daniels () have led the way with forward-thinking infrastructure policies. Their ideas are key to winning the race to 5G & America's economic leadership for the next decade.
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Rene Guillen Sep 14
thank you to you and your team for coming and checking out . And thank you for your efforts to support communities like ours.
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Ajit Pai Sep 16
Here's the 's status report for today on communications systems in areas affected by . 7.2% of cell sites are out of service, down from 10.7% yesterday. Also, 4 TV stations, 20 FM stations, and 3 AM stations are out of service.
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Shane Tews Sep 16
Please join us tomorrow in person or via a weblink with , , , Sam Love, and John Godfrey to discuss mobile technology opportunities and the steps we need to take to be
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Matthew Berry Sep 15
30 broadcast stations in the area impacted by Hurricane Florence have reported being out of service: 22 FM stations, 4 AM stations, and 4 TV stations.
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Matthew Berry Sep 15
The latest FCC Hurricane Florence Communications Status Report can be found here (in English and in Spanish): County with highest % of cell sites out: New Hanover, NC (46.7%)
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Brendan Carr Sep 14
Replying to @beaudrypaul @dougducey
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Mayor Jenn Daniels Sep 14
It was an honor to welcome FCC Commissioner to today! We are excited for the opportunities technology will bring & look forward to bringing modern connectivity to the people and businesses that call Gilbert home.
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Brendan Carr Sep 14
History + Future. Darren & Matt are completing the build of a provider’s first small cell in Arizona. 5G radio going in today. Arizona’s state small cell bill is unleashing a new wave of deployment & economic opportunity. Infrastructure at scale is key to 5G.
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Brendan Carr Sep 14
Thank you to the Gilbert, Arizona fire department for your service & sharing your vision for how 5G & next-gen connectivity can save lives & improve public safety.
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