PARIS — Rivada Space Networks is asking international frequency regulators to waive the first milestone deadlines for the company’s two proposed broadband satellite constellations once it has firm construction and launch contracts, and frequency coordination.
The company, backed by U.S.-based wireless technology business Rivada Networks, which is privately owned but whose investors include Peter Thiel, said it expects to have firm, fixed-price manufacturing and launch contracts for its two 300-satellite constellations by the end of the year.
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