Topic: satellite broadband
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.
Antenna provider Kymeta is using its unique antenna technology to deliver connectivity to relief workers and others in Puerto Rico.
Facebook is using data it created to map the planet’s entire human population to help it determine what types of internet service it should use to reach the unconnected.
Kymeta received blanket authorization from the FCC for commercial distribution of 11,000 of its KyWay terminals in the United States.
Qualcomm is asking the FCC for permission to conduct some 5G tests in San Diego using the 3.4-3.55 GHz frequency range.
Imagine sending data over the air in the form of light rather than radio waves.
Kymeta’s mobile hotspot of a car played a supporting role for the Greenville Police Department during the eclipse on Monday.
Kymeta is proving its technology can serve the maritime industry.
At its August meeting, the FCC will consider launching an inquiry about expanding spectrum between 3.7 GHz and 24 GHz for mobile broadband.