PARIS —Intelsat has joined a group of current and prospective satellite fleet operators in asking U.S. regulators to withhold approval of SpaceX’s mega-constellation of low-orbiting satellites until it can be analyzed for interference risk.
Intelsat’s comment to the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) does not oppose SpaceX’s 4,425-satellite Internet delivery constellation as such. Instead, the company is protesting that SpaceX only filed a detailed analysis of its plans to avoid signal inference on July 12.
As part of its assessment . . .
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