I don't know if this will be revised before it is voted on, but it appears
that it needs to be corrected:
In Title VI - BROADBAND COMMUNICATIONS (pg 661-662)
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/02/08/senate-stimulus-bill-full_n_163144.html
(j)
DEFINITIONS - for the purpose of this section - (1) the term "advanced
broadband service" means a service delivering data to the end user
transmitted at a speed of at least 45 megabits per second downstream and at
least 15 megabits per second upstream; (2) the term "advanced wireless
broadband service" means a wireless service delivering to the end user data
transmitted at a speed of at least 3 megabits per second downstream and at
least 1 megabit per second upstream over and end-to-end internet protocol
wireless network;
(3) the term "basic broadband service" means a service delivering data to
the end user transmitted to a speed of at least 5 megabits per second
downstream and at least 1 megabit per second upstream;"

So the "advanced broadband service" is your backhaul @ 45/15 mbps, "advanced
broadband service" SHOULD BE 5/1 mbps and "basic broadband service" SHOULD
BE 3/1 mbps


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