Monthly Archives: June 2016

Boeing Developing V-band Satellite Constellation | Radio magazine

Doug Irwin, CPBE AMD DRB June 27, 2016 CHICAGO — Boeing wants U.S. and international regulators to reconsider constraints on low-orbiting satellite broadband constellations (Non-geostationary satellite orbits, or NGSO) using C- and V-bands and has specifically asked the FCC for … Continue reading

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Boeing applies for license to launch proposed satellite constellation – LA Times

Samantha Masunaga June 23, 2106 Boeing Co. has applied for a license from the Federal Communications Commission to launch and operate a network of thousands of satellites, joining companies such as SpaceX and OneWeb in the new race to build … Continue reading

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LeoSat corporate broadband constellation sees GEO satellite operators as partners – SpaceNews.com

Peter B. de Selding June 14, 2016 SINGAPORE – LeoSat Enterprises, which is designing a constellation of low-orbiting satellites to provide secure broadband links to corporate and global networks, is positioning itself as a natural partner to established geostationary-orbit satellite … Continue reading

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Broadband battle takes to the skies as coalition targets SpaceX satellites – LA Times

Samantha Masunaga and Jim Puzzanghera June 9, 2016 The increased demand for broadband access is setting up a fight for the airwaves between entrepreneurs Charlie Ergen and Elon Musk. A coalition of mobile broadband providers, including the Ergen-led Dish Network, … Continue reading

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Dish Network battles OneWeb and SpaceX for Ku-band spectrum rights – SpaceNews.com

Peter B. de Selding June 9, 2016 PARIS — A coalition of 5G terrestrial mobile broadband companies led by Charlie Ergen’s Dish Network on June 8 asked U.S. regulators to strip future low-orbiting satellite Internet constellations of their priority access … Continue reading

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Companies To Buy Ahead Of Imminent Affordable Global Satellite Internet | Seeking Alpha

Matt Bohlsen June 6, 2016 Summary Internet penetration rate is only 35.3% in developing counties, and only 9.5% in the least developed countries. Global satellite provided internet access could unlock the final potential 3 billion plus internet users in developing … Continue reading

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