PARIS — Boeing Co. wants to transfer ownership of one of its two proposed V-band satellite constellations to a company controlled by Greg Wyler, the founder of Ku-band broadband constellation OneWeb.
Boeing has asked the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for permission to hand over to a Wyler-controlled company called SOM1101 the V-band application Boeing filed in June 2016.
This constellation, comprised of up to 2,956 satellites, would operate in several orbits between 970 kilometers and 1,082 kilometers in altitude, an orbit that . . .
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