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Nine high-level panels discussed a wide range of topics - from the latest strategies in the challenging market landscape, the rise in NGSO systems, to developments in the launch market and perspectives on airline communications, broadband and enterprise solutions.
Amidst intense competition in the industry, the second panel "Is the NGSO Revolution Coming?
The First R&O permits NGSO FSS gateway earth stations to provide, on a primary basis, downlink operations in the 10.
The third interested party was Motorola, which was promoting its NGSO service, Iridium.
In addition, these prior programs enable the use of cost-effective satellite manufacturing techniques and capitalize on prior supplier relationships for manufacturing low-cost NGSO systems.
LMCSS has experience in building low-cost buses for NGSO systems as well as extensive experience developing Ka-band system payloads, the "brains" of the satellite.
This First Report and Order confirms the sharing regime originally proposed by SkyBridge in 1997 by implementing a regulatory framework for the operation of NGSO FSS systems in the United States, including rules governing the sharing of spectrum with existing geostationary satellite and terrestrial systems.
With a clear regulatory framework in place, NGSO systems, such as SkyBridge, will be able to offer a new generation of satellite services to homes and businesses.
2) The demonstrated interference to NGSO FSS services; and 3) the international implications of the proposal in view of the spectrum sharing arrangements in the DBS bands agreed to by the U.
Receiving live Astra and Hispasat programming signals via satellite with standard consumer equipment, SkyBridge demonstrated the absence of any perceptible impact on DBS viewers from NGSO operations under the WRC-97 power limits, as enshrined in the International Radio regulation.
This is the same radio spectrum the United Nations' International Telecommunications Union identified internationally for use by NGSO FSS at the 1995 World Radio Conference.
The FCC's 28 GHz, or Ka-band, plan includes a 500 MHz allocation for primary use by NGSO FSS systems such as Teledesic.