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@WIA.org Nov 16
Fully realizing potential of depends on how efficiently wireless infrastructure is deployed across .
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Dana Floberg Oct 25
My feminist agenda includes a world where every congressional hearings isn't unfailingly interrupted with sports jokes.
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Free Press Oct 25
. addresses the failings in Puerto Rico, asks what the will do to better prepare for natural disasters.
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Yosef Getachew Oct 25
.: my constituents want faster broadband speeds not slower ones
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Ada Lovelace Oct 25
Aspiration needs to meet reality. For rural Amer. satellite, WISPs, etc. must be legit. even if slower than 25/3. Access first.
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Marsha Blackburn Nov 16
Happening now: Chairing the 5G Hearing. It's essential the US maintains its position as the global leader of technological innovation.
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Jimm Phillips Oct 26
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Free Press Oct 25
. responds that "he stands with the First Amendment," but refuses to speak out against Trump's attacks on press.
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INCOMPAS Oct 25
Slowing down internet speed standards would hurt rural America.
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Yosef Getachew Oct 25
. says FCC is keeping the 25/3 wireline standard. Fails to mention they'll include wireless and drop that to 10/1.
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UTC Policy Nov 16
This statement in Shireen Santosham’s testimony today before re: # 5G and small cell deployment is pretty telling. That’s some kind of pizza! Here’s her testimony
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Energy and Commerce Nov 1
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candacejeanne Oct 25
I mean, there are still analog tractors. But yes to internet everywhere. Guess what won’t help that? Undoing . .
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(((haroldfeld))) Oct 25
Why do people think other countries are ahead on 5G? We don't even have *standards* yet.
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candacejeanne Oct 25
Real quick for all members of Congress who don’t know: ISPs are different from websites. .
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Energy and Commerce Nov 1
checks in on deployment of FirstNet, a nationwide public safety network >
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Fred Campbell Oct 25
The has *NOT* proposed lowering the definition of broadband. That’s false news.
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Bill Johnson Nov 1
At the hearing -oversight of FirstNet, authority charged w/ deploying nationwide broadband public safety network
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SamsungDC Nov 17
This week the House explored how can revolutionize tech. Learn why 5G is critical to so much of what we want to accomplish:
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The Brattle Group Nov 16
Coleman Bazelon testified today at and “Race to 5G” hearing on the need for additional spectrum to fulfill the promise of
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