The Limits of Fixed Wireless Technology for Rural Communities

CTC Technology & Energy

Wednesday, June 22, 2022 - 2:00pm
Time Zone: 
EST
Virtual Event

As state governments examine how to best invest federal funds to deploy broadband in unserved and underserved areas, a new study — commissioned by the Communications Workers of America (CWA) and independently developed by CTC Technology & Energy —analyzes fixed wireless technologies and their suitability for delivering broadband service in various environments.

The goals of this evaluation included: 

  • Providing an accessible guide to current and anticipated future fixed wireless technologies; 
  • Demonstrating whether fixed wireless can be a viable approach to delivering broadband to currently unserved residents in various deployment scenarios, such as in urban and rural communities; and
  • Illustrating whether (and in what circumstances) states should consider spending public dollars to subsidize fixed wireless technologies as a permanent solution to meeting residents’ broadband needs.

This webinar will cover the critical technology and cost considerations outlined in the study—including a total cost of ownership analysis of candidate fixed wireless and fiber networks in a range of unserved rural settings.

Moderated by President Joanne Hovis, CTC will host a one-hour webinar open to all.  Webinar presenters include:

  • Linda Hinton, District 4 Vice President, Communications Workers of America

  • Andrew Afflerbach, Ph.D., P.E., Chief Technology Officer and CEO, CTC Technology & Energy

Registration Link: The Limits of Fixed Wireless Technology for Rural Communities

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

If you have any questions about this event, please contact Kayla Miles Brooks or Ara Casey.

Kayla Miles Brooks                                                            Ara Casey
Director of Marketing & Communications                   Project Manager and Civic Technology Analyst
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