PARIS — The Saudi government has scheduled a mid-August auction of 2.1 GHz of non-terrestrial-network spectrum as part of what it says is a policy of equal treatment for satellites, high- and low-altitude platforms, hybrid satellite/ground mobile networks, air-to-ground systems and mobile satellite and IoT networks.
Mohammed Alabdulqader, manager of spectrum services at the Saudi Communications and Information Technology Commission (CITC), said the Saudi government is determined to set aside spectrum to assure that areas not reached by terrestrial means will have access to . . .
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