Commission licenses Raysat StealthRay for CONUS service

The license will allow deployment and use of StealthRay for satellite newsgathering and other land mobile satellite service applications.
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RaySat Antenna Systems (RAS) announced last week that its low-profile StealthRay antenna system has been awarded an FCC license to provide commercial service throughout the contiguous United States (CONUS).

StealthRay is a low-profile land mobile antenna with broadband and Ku-band capabilities. The license allows RAS to meet broadcast on-the-move requirements, according to the company.

The license will allow deployment and use of StealthRay for satellite newsgathering (SNG), disaster recovery, emergency response and other land mobile satellite service (LMSS) applications.

On Feb. 15, RAS received multiple LMSS network licenses that allow RAS to operate the StealthRay on seven CONUS satellites. Initially, these licenses will cover the operation of as many as 400 StealthRay mobile earth terminals.

For more information, visit: www.raasys.com.