Application for Fixed Satellite Service by The Boeing Company

SES-MOD-20120403-00326 / SESMOD2012040300326

This modification supports the operation of a LBI Sat 3.9M Dish (Vertex) Folding Mobile Antenna (FMA) as a fixed ground station operating in the conventional KA-Band. No technical changes have been made to this modification.

Filing: SESSatellite Earth Station
Filing: MODModification
Nature of ServiceFixed Satellite Service
Last ActionGrant of Authority
Last Action Date2013-01-17
StatusAction Taken Public Notice
Status Date2013-01-23
Date Filed2012-04-03
Date Granted2013-01-17
Adopted Date2013-01-22
Released Date2013-01-22
Term Begin Date2011-03-11
Expires2026-03-11
Filing Accepted Public Notice2012-05-16
Action Taken Public Notice2013-01-23
Red LightN
Paper/ElectronicE
Environmental ImpactN
Applicant
The Boeing Company
PO Box 3707
Attn: Global Spectrum Management 1K-105
Seattle, WA 981242207 USA
Contact
None
SAME AS APPLICANT
SAME AS APPLICANT
, USA
Seattle, WA 98124 USA

Frequency Summary

LowerUpper
1830018800
1970020200
2835028600
2925030000

Files

DescriptionCommentorType / Date
Reply of Iridium Satellite LLC
Reply to Boeing F.pd
Iridium Satellite LLC REPLY
2012-07-11
Cover letter
Boeing Iridum Uplink
The Boeing Company LETTER
2012-07-09
Uplink coordination analysis
Boeing Iridium uplin
The Boeing Company LETTER
2012-07-09
Opposition of Boeing
WASHINGTON-#323810-v
The Boeing Company OPPOSITION
2012-06-28
SUPPLEMENT
SESMOD2012040300326S
THE BOEING COMPANY SUPPLEMENT
2012-06-21
Petition to Dismiss
Petition to Dismiss.
Iridium Constellation LLC PETITION
2012-06-15

Attachments

AttachmentTypeDate
Attachment Application
Attachment HTML
Attachment SESMOD2012040300326S

Public Notices

ServiceTypeReport NoDate
Satellite Earth StationAction Taken Public NoticeSES01521 2013-01-23
Satellite Earth StationAccepted for Filing Public NoticeSES01449 2012-05-16
No License History
No Site Information [see Application Filing]
No Site Antenna Info

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