LightSquared is digging in its heels, blaming GPS manufacturers for poorly designed equipment that makes it susceptible to interference from LightSquared’s proposed high-power broadband transmitters that use a frequency adjacent to the spectrum used by GPS. “The GPS industry’s failure to comply with the Department of Defense’s (DOD) filtering standards is the root cause of potential interference issues involving LightSquared’s proposed broadband wireless network,” the company contends. ...
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