ICO requests MSS spectrum be used for terrestrial-based services

Smith, Hilary
April 2001
RCR Wireless News;4/9/2001, Vol. 20 Issue 15, p33
Trade Publication
Reports that New ICO Global Communications Holdings Ltd. has sent a letter to the United States Federal Communications Commission to allow mobile satellite service operators to use a type of spectrum for terrestrial-based services as of April 2001. Impact of the failure of deployment of satellite-only networks on capital markets; Impact of the letter to cellular carriers.


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