For some of the BDC data filers, users must provide a technology code identifying the category of fixed technology that the service provider uses to provide the service.
Fixed Technology Codes
|Code||Name||Description / Examples|
|10||Copper Wire||Fixed wireline service using copper wire (e.g., Asymmetric or Symmetric DSL, ethernet over copper, T-1, etc.)|
|40||Coaxial Cable / HFC||Fixed wireline service using coaxial cable or hybrid fiber-coaxial (e.g., DOCSISx)|
|50||Optical Carrier / Fiber to the Premises||Fixed wireline service using fiber to the home or business end user, but does not include "fiber to the curb"|
|60||Geostationary Satellite||Fixed non-terrestrial wireless service using satellites in geostationary orbit (i.e., Geostationary Earth Orbit)|
|61||Non-geostationary Satellite||Fixed non-terrestrial wireless service using satellites in non-geostationary orbit (i.e., Low Earth Orbit or Medium Earth Orbit)|
|70||Unlicensed Terrestrial Fixed Wireless||Fixed terrestrial wireless service using entirely unlicensed spectrum, including services provided over WiFi as a fixed solution|
|71||Licensed Terrestrial Fixed Wireless||
Fixed terrestrial wireless service using entirely licensed spectrum or using a hybrid of licensed and unlicensed spectrum, including services provided over a 4G LTE or 5G-NR mobile network but sold as a fixed solution; services using the CBRS band / 3.5 GHz spectrum (whether licensed, licensed-by-rule, or a combination thereof); or services using licensed microwave, etc.
|72||Licensed-by-Rule Terrestrial Fixed Wireless||
Fixed terrestrial wireless services using entirely licensed-by-rule spectrum or a hybrid of licensed-by-rule and unlicensed spectrum to make last-mile connections to fixed locations. Licensed-by-rule spectrum users include operators providing last-mile connections through general authorized access (GAA) in the 3.5 GHz Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) band.
|0||Other||Fixed service using any other technology not otherwise detailed for another code.|