LightSquared mobile broadband network still interferes with GPS signals
2. Forsaken77 (Posts: 553; Member since: 09 Jun 2011)
Well I suggest that Light Squared start handing out those filters for free to those companies that will have issues if they turn on their service. The LS ceo seems like he's blaming those other companies for not having the filters. News for ya Sanjiz, or whatever your name is.... everything was working fine before your company and it's YOUR responsibility to make sure that YOUR network doesn't interfere with operations already in progress. And what happens if one of those filters decides to fail as an airplane is flying over the Rockies? I rather they didn't have to use any filters. How about LS look elsewhere for their network (I mean different frequencies)?