Exemplifies what WISPs across the nation are doing to help their communities.
Send a letter to Congress, your representatives on how you're responding.
KwiKom's Zach Peres sings the praises of his hometown - Iola, Kansas - and notes it could be even better with more unlicensed spectrum, such as that proposed by...
Stillwater, Oklahoma WISP ProValue and Electric Co-op Central Electric provide a vital template for stronger coordination between WISPs and electric cooperative...
The Commission plans to open up 1,200 MHz of unlicensed 6 GHz spectrum, including 850 MHz of standard power use subject to automated frequency coordination.
The bipartisan legislation will help Americans stay safe and on their feet during the COVID-19 crisis.
The Special Temporary Authority (STA) allows WISPs to operate 45 MHz in the 5.9 GHz band for 60 days to help facilitate the COVID-19 Response.
New law will help FCC build better broadband maps and get those who truly need broadband online.