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Released: February 5, 2010

PUBLIC NOTICE
FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION
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WASHINGTON D.C. 20554

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Report No. SAT-00665

Friday February 5, 2010

POLICY BRANCH INFORMATION

Satellite Space Applications Accepted for Filing

The applications listed below have been found, upon initial review, to be acceptable for filing. The Commission
reserves the right to return any of the applications if, upon further examination, it is determined the application is not in
conformance with the Commission's rules or its policies. Consideration of each satellite application in this Public
Notice may depend on the Commission's action on another satellite application earlier in the queue. Petitions,
oppositions and other pleadings filed in response to this notice should conform to Section 25.154 of the Commission's
rules, unless otherwise noted. 47 C.F.R. § 25.154.

SAT-A/O-20091208-00141

E S2801
Intelsat North America LLC
Date Filed:
12/08/2009 16:46:18:16600
Authorization to Operate
Intelsat North America LLC seeks authorization to operate using Ku-band frequencies aboard the in-orbit NSS-5 satellite at the 340.0º E.L. (20.0°
W.L.) orbital location. Intelsat proposes to operate at 340.0º E.L. using the following Ku-band frequencies: 10950-11200 MHz, 11450-11700
MHz, 11700-11950 MHz, 12500-12750 MHz, and 14000-14500 MHz. Intelsat states that it seeks authorization to operate these Ku-band
frequencies on NSS-5 as a substitute for the Ku-band payload of the Intelsat 603 satellite (call sign S2399), which is currently operating at 19.95°
W.L. NSS-5 is currently licensed by the Netherlands. Intelsat requests waiver of Sections 25.114(d)(14)(ii) 25.283(c), 25.202(g), 25.164, and
25.165 the Commission's rules in connection with its request. The IBFS file number of this application has been changed from
SAT-LOA-20091208-00141 to SAT-A/O-20091208-00141 to reflect the fact that the applicant is not seeking launch authority for this space
station.

SAT-A/O-20091223-00151

E S2804
Intelsat North America LLC
Date Filed:
12/23/2009 17:29:09:75000
Authorization to Operate
Intelsat North America LLC seeks authorization to operate a C- and Ku-band satellite on a non-common carrier basis. The satellite, acquired as a
result of bankruptcy proceedings, was launched as ProtoStar 1 and will be known as Intelsat 25. At present, Papua New Guinea is the ITU
licensing administration for the satellite. Intelsat’s application requests that the satellite be authorized under a U.S. license to operate at 31.5°
W.L. using the following frequency bands: 3400-4200 MHz (space-to-Earth), 11450-11700 MHz (space-to-Earth), 12250-12750 MHz
(space-to-Earth), 5845-6645 MHz (Earth-to-space), and 13750-14500 MHz (Earth-to-space). Intelsat requests waivers of Sections 25.202(g),
25.210(a)(3), and 25.211(a) of the Commission's rules in connection with its request. The IBFS file number of this application has been changed
from SAT-LOA-20091223-00151 to SAT-A/O-20091223-00151 to reflect the fact that the applicant is not seeking launch authority for this space
station.
For more information concerning this Notice, contact the Satellite Division at 202-418-0719; TTY 202-418-2555.
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