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Questions tagged [fcc]

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is an independent agency of the United States government. The FCC works towards six goals in the areas of broadband, competition, the spectrum, the media, public safety and homeland security.

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FCC ASR - Strucht Incorrect?

The strucht on the FCC's GIS tower information seems way off? Most of the cell towers are only 50-60' when they are clearly over 100' when you inspect them. What is the StucHt information based on? ...
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Fiber (dark or lit) maps and data

I'm looking for any publicly available data on where optical fiber (for Internet connectivity) is physically laid across the US. While there are commercial services that sell some of this data, and ...
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Linking results from the FCC's TV Query API to the FCC's TV Stations Profiles API

The FCC has at least two APIs related to broadcast station data. One is TV Query, which can return pipe-delimited results like this (keys): |K02JU |- |TX |2 |DA | |...
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Linking FCC documents from ECFS to the Federal Register

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) publishes documents from rulemakings on its Electronic Comment Filing System (ECFS). These documents include filings from 3rd parties as well as FCC-...
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Given a federal agency, what can I expect to find on the regulations.gov API?

As an example, I'm very interested in working with rulemaking data from the FCC. Because the FCC is an independent agency, I've heard that its publishing requirements are different from non-...