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Possible interference in RF spectrum due to space-based internet

Multiple Commercial Operators plan to use satellite megaconstellations for providing internet coverage in near future. Is there a possibility of interference between RF spectrum already in use for ...
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Technical feasibility of a country at least partially preventing use of internet from satellite constellations?

The interesting Politics SE question To what extent can a government control satellite internet compared to internet from a local ISP? asks from the perspective of politics and international law, but ...
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Larger data rate, Oneweb or Starlink? [closed]

Which satellite constellation will provide the larger downlink data rate, in total and per satellite, Oneweb or Starlink? My consideration: starlink will operate in a lower orbit, with more ...
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Impact of Constellations on Space Debris and Launch Windows

With the decline of massive GEO satellites and a big increase in smallsat and cubesat, especially those in constellations, I wonder what their impact is on space debris. Those smaller satellites do ...
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What is OneWeb's constellation's “progressive pitch” and how does it avoid interference with Ku-band satellites in GEO everywhere on Earth?

The Wikipedia article section OneWeb satellite constellation; Design characteristics tells us: The satellites will operate in the Ku band, communicating in the microwave range of frequencies in the ...
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Could OneWeb's satellites be launched on Electron rockets?

OneWeb's satellites weigh about 150 kg each, which is within the range of the Electron rocket. However I am not sure about the target orbit(s). Technically speaking, could OneWeb launch its satellite ...
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Regulations preventing SpaceX from saying “no” if OneWeb asked them to launch their satellites?

The Forbes article With A Successful Launch, OneWeb Just Joined SpaceX And Others In The Satellite Internet Race says: This marks a turning point in a new generation of communications satellites, ...