“Over the last few years we’ve seen a lot more interest in connected transportation by land,” says NSR, “A lot of companies are making a lot of noise, especially about connected cars.”
NSR Bottom Line quoted in TV Technology article. An analysis of C-band spectrum reallocation from Northern Star Research published today finds a limited sale of mid C-band spectrum is the best way for Intelsat and SES to pay down or even eliminate debt and begin investing in video and data distribution based upon hybrid satellite.
C-band reallocation debates between satellite operators and telecom providers aren’t new. Mid C-band spectrum is seemingly ideal for low frequency applications and resistant to rain fade, with recent 5G technology promoters terming the 3.7-4.2 GHz spectrum as a sweet spot. This part of C-band traditionally has fallen under the purview of the larger 3.4-4.2 GHz.
Eventually, flat panel antenna could reach a far wider audience just like flat panel TVs did. Large plasma televisions cost $20,000 when they first appeared 20 years ago, primarily in hotels and corporate offices. “It took a few leaps and bounds of technology and price before we were all buying them in department stores,”.
NSR Report: Satellite Operator Financials Show Slight 2017 Growth via New Pivot Strategies and Data Verticals
Although Pricing Pressure and Video Revenue Declines Weigh Against High FSS Fill Rates and HTS Growth Cambridge, MA – Oct 16, 2018 – NSR’s Satellite Industry Financial Analysis, 8th Edition (SIFA8), released today, finds most operators demonstrated higher fill rates in 2017, though aggregate operator revenues increased by just 0.5%. Increasing demand in mobility,.