From different angles, satellite operators SES, Hughes, Viasat take aim at FCC’s SpaceX Starlink ruling

by Peter B. de Selding

PARIS — Satellite fleet operators Hughes Network Systems and SES added their names to the list of companies, including Viasat Inc., that want U.S. regulators to suspend or modify their April 27 approval of the redesigned SpaceX Starlink constellation.

None of these companies is fighting the same battle.

Hughes wants the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to impose conditions on SpaceX so that it does not use its multiple radio-frequency filings at the International Telecommunication Union . . .

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