So much time, effort, and money were spent on LightSquared’s effort to build an LTE wholesale alternative over the past year or so, and now unless there is some serious magic left in Philip Falcone’s wand it all seems to have gone for naught. LightSquared blames the GPS industry for sloppy design and inflexibility in finding a fix. The GPS industry blames LightSquared for trying to kill their technology first and check for problems later. Still others blame the FCC and the Obama administration for letting the whole thing get started in the first place when they granted LightSquared such a dubious waiver. Now that the dust is settling, here’s a poll to see what Ramblings’ readers think:
Poll: Who is to blame for the LightSquared debacle?
February 17th, 2012 by Rob Powell · 5 Comments
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