AOPA and GAMA formally urged the FCC to recall the conditional waiver it granted Jan. 26, to LightSquared, a company whose plan to create a national wireless broadband network would interfere with GPS signal reception. They also asked the agency to begin a rulemaking process that would ensure GPS signals are adequately protected from any similar proposal in the future, and that those rules receive concurrence from FAA and Department of Defense. The two associations, which are participants in ...

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