PARIS — The European Commission said satellite radio spectrum offered by France and Germany will be more than enough for the Iris2 secure communications network’s “Hardgov” service in low- and medium-Earth orbit.
For the less-restricted “Lightgov” and commercial services also part of Iris2, the Commission expects companies bidding for the Iris2 concession contract to include already-secured radio frequency options in their initial proposals, as well as an assessment of needed frequency coordination with other ITU-registered networks.
The Commission has . . .
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