FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler has released an updated proposal for the use of wireless technology in the US.
The proposal was released Wednesday, a day after Wheeler announced a review of wireless broadband deployment.
The FCC said the new plan would enable more choices and greater flexibility.
The report is the latest in a series that have revealed that the FCC is exploring wireless technology and broadband in a number of areas.
Wheeler announced the plan in January.
In the new report, the FCC said it would review and improve existing broadband deployment in order to “build a national network of high-speed, reliable and affordable wireless broadband service.”
This is in addition to the current FCC’s proposals to upgrade public and private wireless broadband networks.
The plan is likely to come up for a vote at the FCC in September.
Wheeler has been a vocal advocate for wireless technology since he took office in 2014.
He is a staunch proponent of wireless access to the home, but he has been more cautious about the use and deployment of wireless services in the home than other FCC chairmen.
The FCC has been looking at wireless technology for many years, with the agency’s first report on the subject in 2013.
The new report will provide more details about how the FCC will use its new resources and what new technologies it is considering.
Wheeler is expected to announce the plan at a conference later this month in Washington, D.C.