What does the FCC decision on LightSquared mean for the chance of a nationwide wireless high speed network?
lbloom 2 years ago
It looks like the FCC is going to revoke its conditional approval of LightSquared's network due to potential interference with existing GPS devices. LightSquared insists any problems can be overcome, but the FCC isn't convinced. I would LOVE to see a unified nationwide 4G wireless network, but it doesn't look like it's going to come from LightSquared anytime soon. Does this mean the concept is dead, or is this just a temporary setback?
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