All Abroad!

Robinson, Thomas G.
May 2006
CED;May2006, Vol. 32 Issue 5, p48
Trade Publication
The article reports on the national franchising legislation in the U.S. The legislation continues to focus on the local involvement of wireless and other broadband system development. Cities in the U.S. venture in the deployment of wireless and other broadband system to provide the citizens with a wide variety of services. However, the reaction in Congress to the U.S. ranking about broadband access continues to be a driver in the debate who should be involved in broadband system development.


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