Google-backed venture secures spectrum for satellite network
Space News reported on May 30, that WorldVu Satellites Ltd., a company backed by Google and the founder O3b Networks, has secured radio spectrum rights to build a low-orbit satellite constellation to provide global broadband to individual consumers. The new company has acquired spectrum that was initially allocated to now-defunct Skybridge, which had planned to launch 360 small satellites for a global broadband service.
According to the filings presented to the ITU (International Telecommunication Union), the satellites have been given regulatory deadlines between late 2019 and mid-2020 to enter into service.
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