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Excess spectrum should go back to other MSS companies, Inmarsat argues

News | 01/22/2002 5:00 am EST

An international MSS company is citing a 1996 agreement between several nations in arguing that L-band spectrum can’t be allocated for terrestrial use. Inmarsat Ventures plc says the agreement states that the spectrum must be reallocated to other MSS providers if there are portions of the band that are unused.

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