Topic: satellite operators
Gogo Wireless is partnering with an unnamed “leading U.S. 5G solutions provider” for its 5G initiative, its CEO said during Thursday’s second-quarter conference call.
The FCC voted unanimously Thursday to make it easier for small satellite operators to get their constellations approved and launched, but some commissioners are calling for greater efforts to manage space debris.
OneWeb Satellites will use “industrial-scale mass production techniques” that will both reduce costs and result in the completion of up to two satellites in a single day.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is concerned about protecting its investment in the C-Band and wants assurances from the FCC that it will be reimbursed for transition costs.
Google and WISPA are touting the results of a study that shows the viability of introducing shared spectrum between satellite earth stations and point-to-multipoint broadband systems (P2MP) in the C-band.
A California lawmaker is taking a stab at solving the C-band conundrum with the introduction of draft legislation that seeks a compromise among diverse stakeholders.
The C-Band Alliance said it is reviewing AT&T's detailed technical analysis of its plan to make C-band spectrum available for terrestrial 5G operations.
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.