|reply to Smokey |
Re: Good riddance
said by Smokey:A device on earth would not respond in that band, One band for Space to earth another from earth to space, even if someone did it would most likely be a directional antenna or dish.
That is inherently flawed. Would not a device capable of responding to a satellite in that band also cause that interference?
The idea that your device must have other devices working in a way not thought of 20 years ago when the bands were set aside is flawed. What makes it even more flawed is that the makers were told almost a decade ago to fix this mistake, and failed to do so.
Edit: Added frequency band plan, as you can see 1525 to 1559 LightSquared's frequencies Sit in the Satellite Space to Earth Band.
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