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fixed-satellite service

[¦fikst ′sad·əl‚īt ‚sər·vis]
(communication)
A radiocommunication service between earth stations at given positions that uses one or more satellites. Abbreviated FSS.
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The management of satellite orbital slots and associated spectrum resources (Earth stations in motion Au ESIM, Non-geostationary fixed-satellite service (FSS) systems and small satellites) will be discussed as well.
First, the Commission adopted rules to allow Fixed-Satellite Service earth stations to be individually licensed to transmit in the 50 GHz spectrum band.
Contract awarded for Invitation to tender for coexistence study between imt-2020 systems and fixed-satellite service systems operating in the frequency band 3400-4200 mhz
In 2015, at the World Radio Communication Conference (WRC), the telecom sector obtained 100 MHz for the Mobile Broadband and 300 MHz for the fixed-satellite service. Efforts are there spread the telecom services to every corner of Pakistan.
At WRC-15, one of the key verdicts passed was to maintain C-band spectrum primarily for fixed-satellite service (FSS).
The main factor which differentiates the quality of our service compared to other offerings on the market is that, unlike most of our competitors which lease capacity from the Fixed-Satellite Service industry, we fully own and operate our entire satellite network.
This means Intelsat 35e has a higher rate of successful message delivery over a communication than that of a traditional Fixed-Satellite Service Satellite (used for services such as telephone calls, and television signals) over the same amount of allocated frequency.
--Global deployment of Earth Stations in Motion (ESIM) in the 19.7-20.2 GHz and 29.5-30 GHz frequencies in the fixed-satellite service (FSS) was confirmed.
At present, however, the differences are being blurred, with satellites operating in the Fixed-Satellite Service FSS) bands now providing broadcasting services, and satellites originally made for Earth observation now provide messaging and other mobile communication services, using the Mss frequency bands.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has adopted a First Report and Order (First R&O) to permit non-geostationary satellite orbit (NGSO) fixed-satellite service (FSS) providers to operate in various segments of Ku-band and has adopted rules and policies to govern those operations.
One proposal would create a new unified license for space stations and earth stations operating in a geostationary, fixed-satellite service satellite network.
SG4 (Satellite Services) is responsible for systems and networks for the fixed-satellite service, mobile-satellite service, broadcasting-satellite service and radiodetermination-satellite service.