Latest News Your Source Of Information About The C-band Debate

By | August 21, 2007

      [8/21/07 – Satellite Today] Satellite operators use C-band to provide essential services such as TV transmissions, distance learning, telemedicine and disaster recovery, and in some countries C-band spectrum serves as the core communications network.

      But financially powerful telecoms players want to use part of C-band to provide terrestrial services such as WiMax. This is a key issue on the agenda for the International Telecommunication Union’s World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC-07) and the satellite industry needs to be made aware of the situation.

      Via Satellite and’s three-part editorial and Webinar series on the fight for C-band spectrum takes a look at the alarms being raised by the satellite industry and the potential consequences should telecommunications companies make successful arguments to gain access to some parts of the C-band spectrum.

      Click here to find out more about our C-band Webinars and articles.

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