Attachment STA Request

This document pretains to SES-STA-20190730-01012 for Special Temporal Authority on a Satellite Earth Station filing.

July 30, 2019

Ms. Marlene H. Dortch
Federal Communications Commission
445 12th Street, S.W.
Washington, D.C. 20554

Re:    Request for Further Extension of Special Temporary Authority to Operate a New Remote
       VSAT Terminal with Intelsat’s Ellenwood, Georgia VSAT Hub; Call Sign E050169

Dear Ms. Dortch:

Intelsat License LLC (“Intelsat”) herein requests an additional 30 days of Special Temporary
Authority (“STA”)1 previously granted to Intelsat to temporarily operate a new Ku-band remote
VSAT terminal with Intelsat’s Ellenwood, Georgia VSAT hub (Call Sign E050169)2 in order to
communicate with Intelsat satellites on the Federal Communication Commission’s (“Commission”)
Permitted List for a customer demonstration. The VSAT terminal is located in Liberty, Washington
and the demonstration is still ongoing and is expected to take at least an additional 30 days.

The demonstration will continue to be performed in the following frequency bands: 14346.5-14358.0
MHz in the uplink; and 12046.5-12058.0 MHz in the downlink. The proposed operations will be
consistent with Intelsat’s coordination agreements. The 24x7 contact information for the operations is
as follows:

  Intelsat has filed this STA request, an FCC Form 159, and a $210.00 filing fee electronically via the
International Bureau’s Filing System.
 See, e.g., Satellite Communications Services Information, Actions Taken, Report No. SES-02181,
File No. SES-STA-20190628-00851 (July 10, 2019) (Public Notice).

Ms. Marlene Dortch
July 30, 2019
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                 Ph.:   (703) 559-7701 – East Coast Operations Center (primary)
                        (310) 525-5591 – West Coast Operations Center (back-up)

       Request to speak with Harry Burnham or Kevin Bell.

In further support of this request, Intelsat incorporates by reference Exhibit A, a Radiation Hazard
Report, included with its original STA request.3 In the extremely unlikely event that harmful
interference should occur due to transmissions to or from its remote terminal, Intelsat will take all
reasonable steps to eliminate the interference.

The continued temporary operation of a new remote VSAT terminal will help demonstrate services to
a potential customer. Accordingly, grant of this further STA extension request is in the public

For the reasons set forth herein, Intelsat respectfully requests that the Commission grant this further
STA extension request. Please direct any questions regarding this request to (703) 559-6949.


/s/ Cynthia J. Grady

Cynthia J. Grady
Senior Counsel
Intelsat US LLC

cc: Paul Blais

 See Satellite Communications Services Information, Actions Taken, Report No. SES-02169, File No.
SES-STA-20190426-00552 (June 5, 2019) (Public Notice).

Document Created: 2019-07-30 12:11:08
Document Modified: 2019-07-30 12:11:08

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