Communications facilitated by equipment that orbits around the earth.
SpaceX has launched 60 little satellites, the first of thousands that founder Elon Musk plans to put in orbit for global internet coverage. Musk said that all 60 flat-panel satellites were deployed and were online a few hundred miles above Earth.
Americans increasingly are moving away from cable and satellite pay-TV services and opting to stream online video offerings, data from National Telecommunication and Information Administration’s latest Internet Use Survey show.
SpaceX’s plans are set to jump forward May 16 with a launch of 60 internet-beaming satellites.
The Trump Administration’s swift-moving plan to promote 5G networks is running into resistance from the weather-forecasting community.
SpaceX, Elon Musk’s space company, is planning to launch 60 of its own satellites in a single launch expected May 15, the first of more than 4,000 spacecraft planned for the Starlink network.
Two areas that I see as evolving and critical to the continued success of the satellite industry – spectrum access and public advocacy.
DirecTV owner AT&T and DISH Network both dodged giving specific breakdowns to House Judiciary Committee leaders about how many subscribers rely on a satellite law involving the importation of broadcast signals, which expires Dec. 31, 2019.
Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai announced that the items below are tentatively on the agenda for the May Open Commission Meeting scheduled for Thursday, May 9, 2019:
At the Federal Communications Commission’s May meeting, we will take action to advance the goal of security.