The U.S. Federal Communications Commission is reviewing billions of dollars worth of new proposals for global satellite systems designed to capitalize on burgeoning demand for high-speed Internet and data services. The latest round of applications, still being processed by the FCC last week, are for non-geosynchronous systems that would use Ku-band portions of the radio spectrum to provide broadband data services. Though many of the proposals were filed as placeholders in the ...

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