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U.S.-Singapore’s Audacy Set To Provide Constant Communications Between LEO Operators And Their Satellites Through FCC Licence

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has granted U.S.-Singaporean New Space company Audacy a licence for the first commercial inter-satellite relay network, and the implications of this are transformational for space communications as LEO operators, for the first time, can be in constant contact with their satellites. As satellites move around the Earth, they lose
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