Whether it’s for existing Connect America Fund obligations or future obligations with the Rural Digital Opportunity Fund, you can leverage the accuracy of BroadbandFabric locations to save time and mitigate audit risk.
HUBB Filing Requirements:
1. Submit geocoded locations from previous deployment year
2. Certify data by filing Form 481
3. Submit performance measure testing
4. Submit 54.314 certification (if necessary)
Keep in mind:
HUBB FILINGS REQUIRE LAT/LON COORDINATES
(OR TEXTUAL REFERENCES)
HUBB Filing Deadline:
March 1, 2021
file data for all locations deployed with CAF support in 2020 or certify that they have “no locations to upload.”
View USAC guidelines for more information about HUBB requirements.
Streamline HUBB filings with the BroadbandFabric
Latitude & Longitude Coordinates
Flexible File Formats (csv, shp, kml, kmz)
Sub-Census Block Accuracy
Receive data in 3 easy steps
Send us area(s) of interest
Tell us where you need location data and we’ll set you up with sample data.
License the data you need
When you’re ready, you license data for your areas of interest and receive data via a secure portal. You pick a 1, 2, or 3 year license duration, with a minimum order size of a U.S. county.
Import-ready data files are delivered securely
We’ll deliver files via a secure portal, in a supported file format*, and give you a crash course on how to interpret the data. All orders come with access to our customer success team (based in our Seattle office), to ensure you have what you need.
*We can export data into the following formats: .csv, .kml, .kmz, .shp. There is no additional charge for any format.
Ready for Broadband Data Collection
Granular Broadband Reporting is Here
The Broadband DATA Act was passed in March 2020, and with it comes new reporting requirements for providers to demonstrate the extent of their coverage.
The combined implementation of this Act and the Broadband Data Collection (formally referred to as the Digital Opportunity Data Collection (DODC)) will introduce sub-census block-level reporting to improve the accuracy of the FCC’s existing broadband maps of service availability in the U.S.
Providers will be asked to submit more detailed information such as coordinates of where providers offer service, base stations information, terrain, and radio network planning tool(s) used. The goal is for BDC to be the program to improve or replace the FCC’s Form 477.
BroadbandFabric Location Data provides a streamlined path to generating BDC filings by detailing the serviceable structures within your service area.