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OneWeb updates Court on bankruptcy plan

OneWeb updates Court on bankruptcy plan

OneWeb’s lawyers told a New York bankruptcy court (by telephone) on March 31st that it is looking to sell its international satellite spectrum licences within the next three months. The…

DISH provides spectrum to AT&T at no cost

US telco DISH is providing 20 MHz of AWS-4 (Band 66) and all of its 700 MHz spectrum to AT&T at no cost for 60 days. Last week, DISH began…

DISH lends spectrum to T-Mobile

DISH is providing its entire portfolio of 600 MHz spectrum in the US to T-Mobile at no cost for 60 days. The step was taken as the nation responds to…

Ofcom confirms 5G auction rules

UK comms regulator Ofcom has confirmed how it will release important airwaves to help improve mobile broadband and support the rollout of 5G. To help improve mobile services and give…

FCC’s Pai defends C-band scheme

Ajit Pai, chairman of the FCC, has strongly defended the regulator’s plan for a public auction for C-band, and told the US Senate Financial Services Subcommittee that he was confident…

FCC 5G auction raises $4.5bn

FCC 5G auction raises $4.5bn

The FCC has announced the conclusion of bidding in Auction 103, which made 3,400 megahertz of millimetre-wave spectrum available in the Upper 37 GHz, 39 GHz, and 47 GHz bands.…

Industry call for governments to facilitate 5G

Industry call for governments to facilitate 5G

Countries must step up their efforts to facilitate the 5G era by backing more supportive policies, according to a new GTI study, produced in collaboration with mobile industry trade body…

Analysts envision ‘The Perfect MWC’

The perfect Mobile World Congress would focus less on the latest devices and more on the future of the mobile industry; it would be more of a collaborative forum where…

Intelsat facing more legal allegations

Schall Law, which describes itself as a “national shareholder rights litigation firm”, says it is investigating claims on behalf of investors who hold stock in Intelsat. Los Angeles-based Schall is…

CBA: ‘Catch 22’ dilemma

Intelsat has yet to confirm its intentions as far as the FCC’s Order is concerned over the FCC’s accelerated clearing plan. Indeed, Intelsat is silent on whether it wants to…

CBA: The 100% upside

“OK,” you might say if you were a satellite operator. “We’ve lost this battle, but we can still win the war.” The FCC and C-Band Alliance machinations have been the…

FCC/CBA: Further detail emerges

FCC/CBA: Further detail emerges

Analyst Sami Kassab at investment bank Exane/BNPP has reported more details on the FCC’s March 3rd Order regarding the reallocation of C-band frequencies over the US. Kassab has ploughed through…

FCC issues C-band order

The FCC issued its formal Order and Public Notices on March 3rd as to how the C-band auction will be managed and the implications for the affected satellite operators. The…

SES outlines C-band plans

SES outlines C-band plans

SES CEO Steve Collar, speaking exclusively to Advanced Television, says that while the company is waiting for the FCC’s final text of its Order in regard to C-band, he was…

FCC/CBA: Legal challenges emerge

While SES and Telesat were quick to endorse FCC Chairman Ajit Pai’s confirmation on February 28th of the C-band proposals to auction and reassign 280 MHz of satellite spectrum over…

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