Inmarsat wants Dutch court to stop government’s 3.5-GHz 5G decision, which would close satellite GMDSS Earth station

by Peter B. de Selding

PARIS — Satellite fleet operator Inmarsat said it is taking the Dutch government to court over the government’s decision to allow 5G terrestrial operators the full use of 3.5-GHz spectrum, with no bandwidth-sharing, starting in late 2022.

Inmarsat's decision, announced March 29, is the culmination of what has been a surprisingly intractable argument between London-based Inmarsat and the Dutch Secretary of State for Economic Affairs and Climate Policy. Inmarsat is seeking a court injunction to give time to review the government's decision, which . . .

To view the entire article, become a subscriber!

You may also like