Kymeta Receives Commercial Authorization from FCC and Ofcom | Business Wire

REDMOND, Wash.–()–Kymeta Corporation has received blanket authorization from the FCC for

commercial distribution of 11,000 of its KyWay™ terminals in the United

States. This is the first-ever blanket license issued by the FCC for an

NASTF Session at AAPEX to Spotlight OEM Service Information for Technicians | Business Wire

LAS VEGAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The National Automotive Service Task Force (NASTF) will kick off its Fall 2017 General Meeting at AAPEX on Wednesday, Nov. 1, with a presentation to emphasize the value of OEM technical information websites for technicians working outside franchised dealerships. AAPEX represents the $740 billion global automotive aftermarket industry and is held annually at the Sands Expo in Las Vegas.

The session, “The Most Underused OEM Service Info Resources,” will familiarize attendees with the 40 light vehicle and heavy duty OEMs that provide service information resources for access by technicians outside their franchise dealership. It will help independent technicians realize the full value of information provided on any one of the OEM technical information websites.

The meeting also will feature two additional sessions. During “TechForce Foundation is on the Road to GREAT Techs,” attendees will learn about a coordinated solution for the long-debated shortage of qualified technicians. This session will accelerate the industry on the road to recruiting young adults into the technician profession, developing them into great technicians and keeping them with a lifetime of opportunities....

electronically-steered, beam-forming flat panel antenna terminal, a

significant milestone for the satellite communications industry

at-large. It's also the first-ever blanket license issued by the FCC

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for any vehicle-mounted earth station terminal. Kymeta also received an

indefinite-term, unlimited installation commercial license from the UK

regulatory agency, Ofcom. Kymeta KyWay terminals will be available under

these licenses for land mobile, maritime. Fixed IoT applications.


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