Topic: satellite operators
A group of taxpayer and free market organizations are calling on the FCC to reject a proposal by the C-Band Alliance to free midband spectrum for 5G.
SES Networks witnessed a significant milestone in its "other 3 billion" journey with the launch of four medium Earth orbit (MEO) satellites.
The C-Band Alliance (CBA) has appointed Peter Pitsch as head of advocacy and government affairs, replacing Preston Padden.
While the C-Band Alliance proposal for the 3.7-4.2 GHz band remains in the lead, other proposals for this important midband spectrum could catch up.
While Intelsat has been in the news a lot for its role in the C-Band Alliance, the satellite operator has other intentions in mind while making the rounds at Mobile World Congress 2019.
The C-Band Alliance responded to a number of critics of its proposal to make 200 megahertz of 3.7-4.2 GHz spectrum available for 5G.
Here are some other stories we’re following today.
Google and Charter say a plan by satellite operators to sell C-band spectrum for 5G would lead to lawsuits and delay the availability of the spectrum.
T-Mobile has filed a letter with the FCC outlining the problems it sees with the C-Band Alliance’s proposal to release more midband spectrum for 5G.
Two members of Congress are calling on the FCC to proceed with caution as it considers permitting new wireless services and shared use in the C-band.