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FCC 54.1011
Revised as of January 19, 2021
Goto Year:2020 | 2022
  §  54.1011   5G Fund.

   (a) The Commission will use competitive bidding, as provided in part 1,
   subpart AA, of this chapter, to determine the recipients of support
   available through the 5G Fund and the amount(s) of support that they
   may receive for specific geographic areas, subject to applicable
   post-auction procedures.

   (b) 5G Fund support will be awarded in two phases using multi-round,
   descending clock auctions.

   (c) Areas eligible for 5G Fund Phase I support will be those areas
   identified by the Office of Economics and Analytics and Wireline
   Competition Bureau in a public notice as showing a lack of 4G Long Term
   Evolution (LTE) and 5G coverage on an unsubsidized basis based on the
   mobile broadband coverage maps created by the Commission using coverage
   data submitted in the Digital Opportunity Data Collection pursuant to
   § 1.7004(c)(3).

   (d) The Commission will incorporate an adjustment factor into the 5G
   Fund auction design that will assign a weight to each geographic area
   eligible in the 5G Fund Phase I auction using the adjustment factor
   values adopted by the Office of Economics and Analytics and Wireline
   Competition Bureau and announced in a public notice.

   (e) The Commission will incorporate an adjustment factor into the
   methodology for disaggregation of high-cost legacy support pursuant to
   § 54.307(e)(5)(iii) and (e)(5)(iv) that will assign a weight to each
   geographic area using the adjustment factor values adopted by the
   Office of Economics and Analytics and Wireline Competition Bureau and
   announced in a public notice.

   


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