Ubiquity's open access networks launched in Carlsbad, California and Mesa, Arizona.
Permitting delays could make the five-year deployment timeline difficult to meet, panelists said.
Energy and Commerce subcommittee voted on 28 bills, most related to reducing permitting barriers.
The new map allows users to track projects subsidized by the federal government.
One Eye was given 'ample opportunity' to address robocall traffic, FCC said.
The sharing of the 12 GHz band between satellite and mobile services has been the subject of contention for years.
Rosenworcel said the FCC has the authority to extend removal deadline by six months.
Broadband Breakfast Club report comes after 'Buy America' middle mile waiver released, before BEAD funding decisions by June 30.
Sixth Circuit adopted reasons from another appeal court.
The website is said to conveniently house relevant information and sign-up for the Affordable Connectivity Program.
The middle mile waiver comes ahead of the awarding of grants from the $1B program.
Horry alleges service providers are signing up customers to the ACP that don't actually qualify.
T-Mobile touted the strength of its 5G wireless network for home internet.
The FirstNet Authority oversees the national public safety broadband network.
The allegation cell radiation causes cancer has been talked about for years.
Executives said fixed-wireless service has become one of the biggest uses for its 5G network.
The FCC has said there is a $3 billion shortfall in funding to replace security threat equipment.
Thursday's vote requires a one-time foreign ownership reporting requirement.
The FCC's spectrum auction authority expired in March.
Bill by Rep. Anna Eshoo and Sen. Cory Booker would preempt state laws prohibiting municipal broadband projects using public funds.
The FCC approved a comment period to address the issue over a year ago.
The FCC continues its push to get more Americans on the Affordable Connectivity Program.
The FCC is proposed reducing the threshold for disclosing ownership stake in companies.
The company said it has received just $360,000 out of the $16 million requested.
Associations say delays in getting fund approval and services/equipment means not getting full use of the program.
The telecom said manufacturers are in the best position to ensure security.
New York filed 31,000 location challenges against the FCC's mapping data.
The bill requires the FCC to study and reform the contribution base of the Universal Service Fund.
Commerce Secretary Raimondo made stops at fiber manufacturing facilities in North Carolina.
An executive order bans the federal government from using spyware deployed for human rights abuses.
$1.5B Innovation Fund money must focus on O-Ran, senator says.
The matter is also in front of the 6th and 11th Circuit courts.
Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel said the second version of map fabric 'largely completed.'
SHLB said FCC officials recommended a workaround that risked penalties.
The CCA says the FCC order creates burdens on call providers and 911 special facilities.
Broadband Breakfast evaluated 14 submissions to the White House's proposal on Build America, Buy America rules.
FCC approved first rules on robotexts, more on robocalls, and opened comments on dead zone satellite coverage and prison call rates.
Lawmakers were disappointed the Senate did not pass legislation providing the authority until May 19.
Should a federal privacy law pre-empt state laws?
The federal parties have opposite aims as to what to do about Section 230.