Since its launch in 2011, Google Fiber has made it its mission to bring high-speed
Internet to people all over the U.S.
A new FCC filing has revealed just how serious it is about that mission. The filing,
first spotted by Business Insider, calls for “experimental transmitters” that would
beam broadband Internet wirelessly in 24 locations throughout the U.S. The Internet
would operate in the 3.4 to 3.8 GHz range, which allows for speeds up to 30 times
faster than what’s currently offered by most broadband providers.
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