The company listed assets and liabilities in the range of $10 bn to $50bn, according to filings.
Upon adoption at the upcoming FCC open meeting, the order will ensure foreign operators pay for the work from which they benefit.
The company argued the FCC order will “destroy” its special event satellite broadcast transmission services.
These terminals would work on the ground with the company’s Starlink satellite constellation to deliver global broadband internet service.
While SES and Telesat welcomed the FCC’s decision, ABS claimed it was fatally flawed, adding that it would challenge the order in court.
A public auction for the C-band spectrum is anticipated before the end of 2020, according to the FCC.
Establishing a maximum cost of transition ahead of the auction will allow bidders a certainty for total costs associated with 5G license acquisition, Eutelsat...