FCC Recommends Using C-Band Spectrum For Drones

Credit: FCC. The chairwoman of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced Nov. 3 that she would reorganize the agency to create a standalone Space Bureau to better support the needs of the growing satellite industry. 

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) recommends reserving a portion of C-band radio frequency spectrum and potentially allocating frequencies in flexible-use bands to operate drones. The FCC does not recommend using L-band spectrum for unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) at 960-1164 MHz because...

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