LightSquared 4G VS GPS: comments on whether the tests were rigged

By , ITworld |  Networking, 4G, GPS

Please learn some basic EM theory.
gn7465 on endgadget.com

The test results reported by government agencies and industry trade groups are accurate, reliable scientific research. LightSquared was a lousy concept doomed to fail from the start.
SeaShark on sfgate.com

Science is biting Lightsquared in the ass. Whoever at their company decided to not listen to engineers when this thing was starting it could have saved them a ton of money and headache.
Phillip99 on endgadget.com

The real interesting investigation will be why the FCC allowed this mess to start in the first place.
neglogic on washingtonpost.com

That's politics, baby

How can you blame them for being pissed off? They bought the best Washington DC lobbyist money can buy.
Freudian_Click on sfgate.com

Is it really just private industry (GPS manufacturers) protecting its bottom line, or are their deeper ties which cross over into the government agencies?
scorecard on washingtonpost.com

Why do they think something is amiss with the way the test was setup and done? The vice chairman of the advisory group is also a boardmember of a GPS company that has strongly opposed them from the start.
waldayan on endgadget.com

Anyone want to bet whether billions of dollars and lobbyists can beat scientific test results? Stay tuned.

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