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Wireless Broadband Industry Directory
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Most of the categories are self explanatory. "National Filer" is the name given to an educational institution or nonprofit organization that files applications for Educational Broadband Licenses (EBS) in markets other than where it is located. Most EBS licenses are held by "Local Filers" who serve the communities in which they are located. A National Filer must establish elgibility under the FCC regulations by serving local accredited educational institutions offering courses to enrolled students for academic credit. Those local institutions are referred to as "Receive Sites." There are 8 National Filers, and over 1,500 Local Filers. National Filers hold licenses in multiple markets. Clarendon Foundation has licenses in 21 markets across the country.
EBS/BRS Support Services includes telecommunications engineers, spectrum valuation firms, fiber location services, online spectrum marketers, and consultants. (BRS is the abbreviation for Broadband Radio Service.) The Support Service companies are hired by the educational community (EBS Licensees), as well as commerical operators (BRS Licensees). There is a separate listing for Attorneys, who are involved in licensing and leasing 2.5 Gigahertz spectrum.
A list of "Free Online Industry News Sources" can be found under the Knowledge Base section of the website Welcome page (in the white area of the screen). There you will find links to a wide array of magazines, online newsletters, email alert services, news feeds, webinars, and other resources.
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