LightSquared offers new plan against tide of criticism

09/8/2011 | Broadcasting & Cable · Network World

LightSquared on Thursday offered lawmakers a new solution to the GPS interference issues threatening its plans to offer wholesale national wireless network services. Executive Jeffrey Carlisle told a House panel that the company's amended proposal would further reduce power levels, and he promised to subsidize research to develop GPS products that would avoid LightSquared's frequencies. Six other witnesses took issue with the company's plans; federal officials testified that LightSquared signals would hurt disaster-preparedness efforts.

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