LightSquared has rejected as rigged government testing of the potential for its L-band wireless network to interfere with GPS satellite signals, and vows to fight its case in court, if necessary. LightSquared contends that the U.S. Air Force-run tests in New Mexico for the National Space-Based Positioning, Navigation and Timing Executive Committee (PNT-Excom) were flawed in that the GPS industry was allowed to select the receivers to be tested, which LightSquared says were obsolete ...

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