PARIS — Amazon’s Project Kuiper broadband satellite constellation planners want international regulators to update rules on signal inference between satellite systems and to tackle the issue of aggregate interference from multiple large low-orbit constellations.

In an Oct. 7 presentation to the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), Amazon also raised a long-standing issue with the ITU, which is how to assure that what satellite operators have in orbit actually matches what they have registered with the ITU.

Julie Zoller, Project Kuiper’s head of regulatory . . .

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