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Broadband Wireless

The wireless broadband GIS data set shows the attributes and coverage areas of facility-based wireless broadband providers including the range of spectrum used to deliver services. This includes cellular carriers and fixed wireless broadband providers (WISP’s). Relevant data of a wireless carrier’s broadband network is collected and digitized to a GIS format, allowing for the evaluation of several attributes and coverage areas. This data also provides a clear look at download and uploads speeds of each carrier.

How Broadband Wireless Can Be Utilized

The information collected in this data set can be used in conjunction with a street database or aerial imagery to paint an overview of what a broadband wireless carrier offers to a consumer based on specific relevant data. The structure and information in this wireless broadband data set allow for a comprehensive understanding of a carrier’s infrastructure attributes and specific geographic coverage areas.

Benefits of Broadband Wireless

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  • Examine carrier broadband coverage areas
  • Determine what speed plans carriers offer
  • Know what technology carriers use to deliver services
  • Calculate the number of homes and population covered by a carrier network
  • Examine competitors in the market
  • Combine data with market studies that show industry-specific penetration rates to calculate carrier subscriber counts
  • Map marketing campaign service areas to carrier service area to ensure resources are spent in locations that make sense

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  • Determine download speeds available at specific locations
  • Show broadband connectivity for both residential and commercial structures and development
  • Show cellular/mobile broadband coverage for a location

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  • Show areas that meet technology and/or speed criteria. Overlay this with zoning maps and/or parcel and business data
  • Determine in what areas, economic development, and industrial zones have strong data infrastructure

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  • Understand broadband and high-speed Internet availability and capacity, and compare that information to other data
  • Identify specific carriers to partner with to improve services
  • Resolve problems by knowing where carriers currently operate, and their technology and network capacities
  • Use availability and service area data in new project planning to know where any high construction costs may be due to lack of infrastructure

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  • Investigate prime market opportunity
  • Seek out underserved market areas and know the potential number of customers
  • Evaluate existing carriers and the specific competition face for that specific market
  • Know the ability a carrier has for expansion by understandings the existing technology currently in use
  • Examine clients marketing methods and that distribution area and compare it to the market being served
  • Know where cable systems are deployed and examine if cable TV advertising would reach the geographic areas desired for the client
  • Assist clients in more effectively allocating advertising resources

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  • Identify all data carriers that serve a specified area
  • Compare private carrier service areas to other government data to increase situational awareness of the local economic conditions
  • Leverage private sector infrastructure to maximize public funds for projects such as camera systems, smart highway, and automated data collection systems
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