Intelsat, Intel Propose C-Band 5G Solution

Intelsat and Intel are teaming up on a marketplace-based proposal to allow for joint- use of parts of the C-band spectrum (3700-4200) for 5G wireless, with satellite operators giving up spectrum in metro markets for a price set by the marketplace. That is the spectrum broadcast nets use to get their programming to stations, and stations use to get their programming to cable and satellite operators.

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