Regulatory Aspects Of Earth Station Licensing (1976)

By Hubert J. Schlafly, TransCommunications Corporation

The Domestic Satellite plus means for local distribution or collection of signals provides a new parameter for the expansion of national communication services. A number of regulatory practices, which may not be a true reflection of Commission policy, seem to be obstacles for the broad development of these new services. Limitation on the authorization of earth station signal reception and on interconnection of facilities for the use of such received signals is considered one such obstacle. This problem is considered here in detail and a solution which may be consistent with present Commission policy and authorized communications service is proposed.

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