Regulators Approve Spectrum For Worldwide Flight-Tracking

PARIS —Global governments approved radio spectrum allocation on Nov. 11 that would extend current Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) flight-tracking technology —which now only works over land areas equipped with ground radar—to worldwide coverage using satellites. The decision by...

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