SpaceX: "Another week, another Amazon protest against the competitor." On Thursday, SpaceX called Amazon's recent protest against Starlink's plans "irrelevant rhetoric" that the FCC should ignore. p>
"Another week, another Amazon protest against a competitor, but there is still no sign of progress in Amazon's satellite system, which has long been rumored." "In its most recent report, Amazon spends more than six out of eight pages on topics unrelated to the current trend or even current issues on the panel."
As mentioned, last month Amazon asked the FCC to reject SpaceX's offer for the next version of Starlink, which could include 30,000 broadband satellites. Amazon claims that SpaceX violated the Incomplete and Incompatible Applications Act by offering plans for "two unique configurations" with "totally different orbital parameters". , which is supposed to provide two satellite configurations in case of inefficiency. SpaceX argues that Amazon simply wants to delay Starlink applications because its satellite division is virtually out of service. Press your case on Wednesday and tell the FCC that SpaceX and Ilan Mask generally act as if "the rules belong to other people." Amazon also said that if SpaceX's multi-configuration approach was adopted, it would create "administrative disruption" and "open the gates for applicants for two, three, four or more — unique and cross-configurations."
SpaceX's answer was the shortest file ever on this round trip, consisting of only three paragraphs. “As usual, Amazon is trying to use fair play to prevent a fair review of benefits,” SpaceX told the FCC. Amazon, despite its theaters, does not specify the fact, number, or form of data that SpaceX has removed from its application. And Amazon cannot cite a single rule that would prevent SpaceX from providing further information to the panel about 'alternative configuration is prohibited.' This is because SpaceX has provided all the information required under the commission's rules and more information than is necessary for the public and commission to evaluate all aspects of its use.SpaceX believes the FCC's decision is a simple one because it does not yet need to approve or reject the plan. The FCC only has to decide if the program is complete enough to get public attention. Continued: Has SpaceX provided enough information about proposed minor modifications to its Next Generation System software so that the committee can get its public opinion on that program? The answer is undoubtedly yes.” Amazon is trying to take a step back to prevent the public from even providing feedback on the merits of SpaceX. / Pp << 2
The most recent cases in which Amazon participated in SpaceX or other Tesla actions, and Amazon said that SpaceX often responds to "any private company that dares to break its rules and regulations" by describing defendants They are “anti-competitive.” Amazon cites several examples: Amazon also notes that SpaceX does what it complains about, because Mask “usually raises concerns about its competitors’ software, including interference.” SpaceX has announced to the public that it expects another round of protests before Amazon Legion and Amazon Attorneys during the promotion period NS.
“Without a doubt, Amazon has raised a number of other issues. Regarding the program you will find to complain. About “SpaceX Books.” However, this course is a comment - it gives people the opportunity to make a full case to help the committee. on SpaceX’s evaluation of the next generation system. So SpaceX is asking the committee to comment on the program. Immediately to speed up the process of providing better bandwidth to most Americans, no matter where they live.” The company has FCC authorization to launch nearly of 12,000 satellites and is seeking FCC authorization to launch another 30,000 satellites. Amazon subsidiary Kuiper Systems has agreed to launch 3,236 satellites into orbit, but said that by at least 2023 it will not launch a satellite.
Amazon declined to comment on the SpaceX case today. p>
SpaceX called Amazon's protest against the Starlink plan "irrelevant".
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