U.S. Races Deadline To Launch Satellites

O'Connor, Rory J.
April 2001
Interactive Week;4/16/2001, Vol. 8 Issue 15, p21
Warns telecommunications satellite operators in the United States about delays in the launching of their satellites. Risk of losing international rights to choice locations for satellites that could be used to deliver broadband data services; Discussion on licensing delays in the United States for third generation wireless communications spectrum; Information on Ka band satellites.


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