Definition Edit

The National Broadband Availability Target is

[t]he level of service set in the National Broadband Plan that should be available to every household and business location in the United States. The initial target is an actual download speed of at least 4 Mbps and an upload speed of at least 1 Mbps, with a proposed review and update every four years.[1]

References Edit

  1. The Broadband Availability Gap, OBI Technical Paper No 1, Glossary, at 134 (full-text).

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