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Source: Ligado Cleared to Press On…For Now March 16, 2021 By Dawn M.K. Zoldi (USAF, Ret.) When most were focused on the transition of power in the White House, the day before the Inauguration and the very last day in office for the outgoing party, the FCC denied a petition to stay (delay) the Ligado Networks...
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Source https://www.defense.gov/Explore/News/Article/Article/2404027/new-spectrum-strategy-reveals-dods-plan-to-master-airwaves/ NOV. 3, 2020 | BY C. TODD LOPEZ, DOD NEWS Short of face-to-face conversation, wired internet or telephone land lines — a mystery to many young Americans — nearly every form of communication the Defense Department uses today, especially on the battlefield, is wireless. Some U.S. adversaries are working very hard to cut off that form...
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By THERESA HITCHENS on September 11, 2020  WASHINGTON: The FCC’s controversial decision to let Ligado proceed with its 5G wireless network over fierce DoD objections is just one more example of the broken state of the US regime for managing spectrum, industry experts say. “There’s a lot of inefficiencies in the process. But it’s basically a fight,...
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Photo by Doug Mills-Pool/Getty Images Michael O’Rielly served as FCC commissioner for six years. By Russell Brandom  Aug 3, 2020, 6:01pm EDT President Trump has withdrawn the nomination of FCC Commissioner Michael O’Rielly, a six-year FCC veteran who was expected by many to be renewed for a third term, as first reported by Reuters. The withdrawal comes less than...
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Iridium-Next satellite “I think there’s some very compelling petitions for reconsideration before the FCC right now, so I’m hoping that they would hit the pause button,” says Iridium’s legal rep Robert McDowell. By THERESA HITCHENSon July 10, 2020 at 3:50 PM WASHINGTON: Iridium is considering legal action to block the FCC’s controversial approval of Ligado’s...
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