PARIS — Satellite fleet operator Intelsat on May 1 said it could, if pressed by U.S. regulators, make available more than the 100 MHz of C-band spectrum it has proposed to clear over the United States but that it would take substantially longer than the 18-36 months promised for 100 MHz.
In a conference call with investors, Intelsat Chief Executive Stephen Spengler, echoing comments made by fleet operator SES — https://bit.ly/2Jv9Chh — said ceding anything more than 100 MHz to terrestrial mobile network . . .
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