BEAD Program Funding & CBRS
The FCC is in the process of updating its current broadband maps with more detailed and precise information on the availability of fixed and mobile broadband services. The Broadband Data Collection (BDC) program will give the FCC, industry, state, local and Tribal government entities and consumers the tools they need to improve the accuracy of existing maps. BDC reports will be used to support the evaluation of broadband connectivity grant eligibility, for example NTIA BEAD program funding.
Learn about available funding, technology solutions and real world service provider experiences to plan your strategy.
“Our 1,200 subscribers cover one county completely and a quarter of the surrounding counties. There was no way I would have been able to go through and look at all these addresses. cnHeat makes it easy with a very minimal amount of work.” – Kurt Fankhauser, President, Wavelinc Communications – read the case study
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Video: Demystifying the BEAD Program for WISPs
Wireless Works Podcast: BDC Reporting with cnHeat
cnHeat makes it easy for broadband service providers efficiently plan reliable service and meet FCC reporting and NTIA BEAD funding requirements with Broadband Data Collection (BDC) capabilities.
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Demystifying the FCC Broadband Data Collection (BDC) and NTIA (BEAD) Programs
- Waterford Consultants LLC engineers are available to provide guidance in completing BDC submissions. Documentation reviews are completed within two business days. BDC filing certifications are done by a registered Professional Engineer
- Case Study
- Web pages
- Community Discussion
Make The Most of BEAD Funding
Cambium Networks is committed to the success of Wireless ISPs. Right now, we have the technology that can help you meet reporting requirements and protect your service area from government funded overbuilds.