LightSquared's plans to bring more choice to the North American broadband wireless market are up in the air. The company was building a network to offer high-speed wireless service on a wholesale basis through a group of about 40 dealers and resellers in North America. It planned to supplement services offered over its network through agreements with other carriers in the Americas and Caribbean regions, including Stratos Global and Waveburst. LightSquared was dealt a blow by the FCC in 2012 when the agency withdrew preliminary approval of the network on the grounds that it interfered with GPS receivers. The company responded by filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection later that year.