Topic: satellite broadband
SpaceX wants to lower the elevation of its constellation of non-geostationary satellites from 1,150 kilometers to a new altitude of 550 km.
The announcement makes Adrian Steckel the third CEO for OneWeb in six years.
A recent Frost & Sullivan report predicts a wave of small communications satellites will launch into space in the next decade, spurred by advancements in the small-satellite production chain.
ViaSat says it prefers to focus on revenue and EBITDA rather than subscriber numbers.
C-Band spectrum users continue to cite concerns about harmful interference if the FCC decides to change the rules.
Here are some other stories we’re following today.
EarthNow wants to show unfiltered views of Earth using new satellite technology.
The FCC’s chairman wants to streamline the process to authorize the configuration of smaller satellites into constellations.
OneWeb is just one of many ambitious satellite ventures positioning themselves for takeoff.
The Dynamic Spectrum Alliance recently met with FCC staff to stress the importance of improving the information in the FCC’s C-band database.