|reply to Sammer |
Re: 95% can be real if... it determines what 95% coverage is.
said by Sammer:Is this detailed enough for you? said by 88615298:
Well if an area is totally unihhabited is it REALLY necessary to have broadband there? Kentucky is very rual outside the "big" cities. In areas where there aren't any people I don't think ISPs should have to put in broadband to make a map look fuller.
Any broadband mapping would have to include a reasonable definition of minimum population density such as XX/square mile.
marigoldsGainfully employed, finallyPremium,MVM
Saint Louis, MO
| According to their metadata, that's just 2000 census info. Very out of date.|
Here's something interesting though...
This is from their map server. Looks like ConnectTn is a lot more than ConnectTn.