- My Satellite Setup
- Gibertini dish 1.55 Χ 1.66 ( 100.5°E -45.0°W) ku lnb Inverto Black Ultra 0.2db - Ku band Circular Uni Inverto BLACK Pro 0.2db / / C-Band lnb Titanium wide band - Pauxis 13°- K Panorama 13°K
DR.HD F-15 - Openbox S11 HD - TM-5402 HD M3.
- My Location
- Syros island - Central Aegean sea - Greece
The C-Band was allocated to and used by the satellite industry since the first networks were deployed over 40 years ago. Today more than 180 satellites with a C-Band spectrum operate in the world, 55 of which cover Europe.
Every three to four years, regulators from around the globe gather to meet at the ITU’s World Radiocommunications Conference (WRC) to review, and, if necessary, revise international regulations governing the use of radio spectrum by all technologies including satellite. WRC-15 will be held in Geneva from 2 to 27 November 2015.
One of the critical items on the agenda will be a discussion of the future of C-band. There is intense debate underway as to whether terrestrial mobile telecoms providers should in the future be able to access C-band frequencies, which until now have been used predominantly by satellite operators. Patrick van Niftrik, VP Spectrum Management & Development EMEA, SES explains why this is such an important issue, how the satellite industry is coming together in the effort to safeguard satellite C-band spectrum and what you can do to help in this debate.
- See more at: http://www.ses.com/19859430/2014-04-08-Safeguarding-c-band#sthash.9lD57ErI.dpuf
Also : http://satellite-spectrum-initiative.com/content.php?s_ID=29