TOKYO — Intelsat’s proposed deal with Intel and other terrestrial broadband interests to share C-band spectrum in the United States came in for sharp criticism here Oct. 10 at the APSCC 2017 conference.
A panel of Asian fleet operators found none who would support the Intelsat move, which they said could destabilize these operators’ own C-band spectrum because of the power of example of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC).
These companies — ABS, APT Satellite Holdings, KT Sat, Measat and Sky Perfect JSat — did not address . . .
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