Posted by Jeff Carlisle on February 14, 2012
LightSquared’s network continues to receive strong support from around the country. Members of Congress and state elected officials from both parties are urging the Federal Communications Commission to resolve remaining hurdles so we can roll out our network and bring 4G-LTE wireless broadband to 260 million Americans by 2015.
Posted by Jeff Carlisle on February 13, 2012
GPS in America has become “too big to fail.” This is not an endorsement – it’s a sad fact. Like Wall Street, the manufacturers of GPS devices have spent years profiting off of vulnerable technology and are now seeking protection from the government instead of implementing
Posted by Frank Boulben on January 18, 2012
Thanks to the explosion of mobile connectivity, 2011 was the year mobile took over the world. With 103 million wireless tweets per day, 26 photos shared per second on Instagram, and 1 billion Foursquare check-ins in 2011, the United States experienced connectivity unparalleled in the history of humankind. In the
Posted by Jeff Carlisle on December 22, 2011
LightSquared has spent the past year conducting and participating in studies to ensure our network operates within our spectrum, and within the rule of law. We have scientifically proven that GPS interference is not caused by our signal going into GPS’s spectrum, but because GPS devices look into our spectrum.
Posted by Martin Harriman on December 13, 2011
Just a few months ago, some said LightSquared would never be able to solve the GPS interference issue. But with the help of several innovative companies, LightSquared has proven that an engineering solution is possible. For the past three weeks, LightSquared has been testing several devices in one of
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