Oneweb Gets FCC Approval for Another 1,280 Broadband Satellites
August 31, 2020
Amid a bankruptcy and a pending sale, OneWeb has secured US approval to offer broadband service from 2,000 satellites.
OneWeb already had Federal Communications Commission approval for a 720-satellite constellation that was green-lit in June 2017. In an order released yesterday, the FCC gave OneWeb approval for another 1,280 satellites.
Read more at: https://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2020/08/bankrupt-oneweb-gets-fcc-approval-for-another-1280-broadband-satellites/
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