Three years after the corporate titans of the international satellite communications industry rushed to file plans for billions of dollars in revolutionary new Ka-band satcom systems, few of the spacecraft are actually being built because companies are hampered instead in defining Ka services and how to spread satcom costs and risks during tight economic times. The eight major international Ka-band satellite projects under definition will cost $30-35 billion to develop, but industry ...

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