Intelsat, allied with Intel, proposes to cede ground on C-band in return for terrestrial operator payment

Satellite fleet operator Intelsat, transforming a spectrum threat into a revenue opportunity, has joined with Intel to ask U.S. regulators to permit Intelsat and other satellite operators to cede the use of C-band spectrum to terrestrial wireless operators in specific geographic areas of the United States.

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