CORRECTED | Satellite operators oppose Intelsat-Intel proposal to share C-band spectrum
Smallsat companies band together in new spectrum-advocacy organization
ITU: mobile networks want some C- and Ka-band spectrum for 5G
FCC chairman says Jan. 20 will be his last day
Satellite Industry Held its Ground at Global Spectrum Conclave
Satellite Operators’ 11th-hour Effort To Stop Wireless Industry’s Spectrum Grab
Satellite Operators Appear Likely To Lose Exclusive Use of Popular Spectrum
Arab Nations Willing To Cede Some Satellite Spectrum at WRC-15
European Satellite Operators Told To Be Happy with Half a C-Band Loaf

Iran Decision, British About-face Among Surprises at Radio Frequency Conclave

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PARIS — International radio frequency and orbital slot regulators have agreed to allow Iran access to an orbital slot for its planned Zohreh-1 telecommunications satellite despite the fact that Iran missed repeated deadlines for putting the satellite into use, according to a decision of the World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC).

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FCC FCC Halts Rural Broadband Service’s Use of Globalstar Radio Spectrum

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LONDON — U.S regulators on Sept. 15 ordered mobile satellite services operator Globalstar to stop using its satellite frequencies in ground-based communications mode until the company’s satellite constellation reaches minimum service levels.

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New Technology To Expand Radio Spectrum for Troops

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BOSTON -- The U.S. Defense Advanced Projects Agency (DARPA) and an industry partner are preparing for what is being touted as the largest test yet of technology that would greatly expand the radio spectrum available to military users by rapidly identifying and switching to temporarily idle frequencies.

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New Technology To Expand Radio Spectrum for Troops

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BOSTON -- The U.S. Defense Advanced Projects Agency (DARPA) and an industry partner are preparing for what is being touted as the largest test yet of technology that would greatly expand the radio spectrum available to military users by rapidly identifying and switching to temporarily idle frequencies.

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