FCC Denies Satellite Protest Over C-Band Migration

August 27, 2020

The FCC voted unanimously, with two partial dissents from the Democrats, to dismiss the protest on procedural grounds because it did not raise any new arguments but relied on arguments already made. And, since it relied on arguments the FCC had addressed when approving the migration, the FCC also dismissed the complaint on the merits for the reasons it gave when denying the stay.

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