A new crop of non-geostationary satellites could see the emergence of a new broadband market in low Earth orbit. SpaceX, Boeing, OneWeb, LeoSat and Telesat are five would-be satellite broadband service providers that have received FCC authorization for deploying broadband service in the US. If successful, these providers are poised to disrupt the current satellite broadband market, and perhaps even terrestrial fixed services in some areas…

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Kendra R Chamberlain
Co-founder and Editor in Chief of The Downlink, covering New Space business and technology developments; journalist at Technigraph Magazine, covering renewable energy technology & smart infrastructure; analyst at Rethink Research.