Space Station Accepted for Filing PN 02/07/2013
FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION
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WASHINGTON D.C. 20554
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TTY (202) 418-2555
Report No. SAT-00930
Friday February 8, 2013
Policy Branch Information
Satellite Space Applications Accepted for FilingThe 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.
XM Radio LLC
XM Radio LLC seeks to modify the authorization for its XM-5 Satellite Digital Audio Radio Service space station at the 85.15° W.L. orbital
location to remove the license conditions that restrict XM Radio's ability to activate the XM-5 communications payloads in the 2320-2345 MHz
(space-to-Earth) and 7025-7075 MHz (Earth-to-space) frequency bands.
Intelsat License LLC
Special Temporary Authority
Intelsat License LLC requests special temporary authority for a period of 180 days to conduct telemetry, tracking, and command functions
necessary to drift the Intelsat 701 space station from its currently authorized orbital location of 157.0° E.L. to the 29.5° W.L. orbital location using
the following center frequencies: 6173.7 MHz and 6176.3 MHz (Earth-to-space); 3947.5 MHz, 3948.0 MHz, 3952.5 MHz, and 3952.0 MHz
For more information concerning this Notice, contact the Satellite Division at 202-418-0719; TTY 202-418-2555.
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