SES rallies to Intelsat’s C-band 5G sharing cause, presenting united front to FCC

by Peter B. de Selding

MOUNTAIN VIEW, California — In a major victory for Intelsat, rival SES has agreed to a joint proposal to U.S. regulators to permit sharing C-band spectrum with terrestrial mobile network operators in selected areas of the United States.

The proposal, first made in October by Intelsat and Intel — — now heads to the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) with the endorsement of the two satellite companies that provide 80-90% of the C-band downlinks in U.S. territory.

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