Friday, 22 June 2018

LightSquared settles spectrum lawsuit, exits Chapter 11

By Nick Wood, Total Telecom
Wednesday 09 December 15

Newly-restructured LTE wholesaler to reduce out-of-band emissions, agrees not to use frequencies adjacent to GPS signals for its terrestrial network.

LightSquared has officially exited Chapter 11 and settled its lawsuit with Deere, paving the way for it to roll out a wholesale mobile network. Under the terms of the settlement, LightSquared has agreed to reduce out-of-band emissions – emissions on frequencies immediately outside an allocated band that are caused by modulation – and to forego using spectrum adjacent to Deere's GPS airwaves for its terrestrial network…

LightSquared has officially exited Chapter 11 and settled its lawsuit with Deere, paving the way for it to roll out a wholesale mobile network. Under the terms of the settlement, LightSquared has agreed to reduce out-of-band emissions – emissions on frequencies immediately outside an allocated band that are caused by modulation – and to forego using spectrum adjacent to Deere's GPS airwaves for its terrestrial network…

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