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Paksat 1R (38.0E)
03-15-2010, 12:55 AM
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Satellite: Paksat 1R

Pakistan's SUPARCO signed in October 2008 a contract with China Great Wall Industry Corporation (CGWIC) for the on orbit delivery of the Paksat 1R communication satellite. The PakSat-1R satellite is designed and manufactured by China Academy of Space Technology (CAST), a subsidiary of China Aerospace Science & Technology Corporation (CASC). It is a communications satellite based on Dong Fang Hong 4 (DFH-4) satellite platform, with 30 transponders onboard, including 12 C band and 18 Ku band transponders. To meet the complicated coverage requirements.

PakSat-1R has three (3) shaped communications antennas, covering South Asian Sub-continent, the Middle East, East Africa and a part of Western European area and cities. The satellite lift-off mass is 5,120 kg. Its service life is 15 years and the end of life (EOL) output power is 7.75KW. The Customer Furnished Items (CFIs) developed by SUPARCO are on-board the PakSat-1R satellite to demonstrate and verify the Customers satellite development capability. The satellite will be positioned at the orbital slot of 38 Degree East, and will mainly provide telecommunications and broadcast services to Pakistan.

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03-15-2010, 01:00 AM
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CGWIC And SUPARCO Sign PakSat-1R Satellite System Contract

On October 15, 2008, China Great Wall Industry Corporation (CGWIC) and the Pakistan Space & Upper Atmosphere Research Commission (SUPARCO) signed a Contract in Beijing for the purchase of the PakSat-1R Satellite System, witnessed by PRC President Hu Jintao and Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari. Pakistani Minister of Foreign Affairs Mr. Makhdoom Shah Mahmood Qureshi and President of CGWIC Mr. Wang Haibo, representing each party, signed the contract.

As the prime contractor, CGWIC will be responsible for the design, manufacture, assembly, testing and launch of the PakSat-1R satellite, with subcontractors providing satellite, launch vehicle, and launch operations support. The contract requires CGWIC to deliver a complete in-orbit operating satellite and the associated ground control facilities.

The PakSat-1R satellite will be positioned at a longitude of 38E, and will provide telecommunications and broadcasting services to Pakistan. The satellite is based on the three-axis-stabilised DFH-4 satellite platform developed by the China Academy of Space Technology (CAST), a subsidiary of China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation (CASC), and is fitted with 12 active C-band and 18 active Ku-band transponders. The service life span of the PakSat-1R satellite is expected to be 15 years. The satellite will be launched on a Long March-3B launch vehicle developed by another CASC subsidiary, the China Academy of Launch Vehicle Technology (CALT), from the Xichang Satellite Launch Centre in mid 2011and delivered to SUPARCO afterwards.

The Paksat-1R contract is the third communications satellite contract signed by an international customer with Chinas aerospace industry. It also marks the first satellite in-orbit delivery contract signed between China and an Asian customer. As the international cooperation platform for Chinas aerospace industry, CGWIC is dedicated to improving living standards worldwide and contributing to economic prosperity.

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07-16-2010, 07:12 PM
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Paksat 1R

Type / Application: Communication
Operator: SUPARCO
Contractors: CAST
Equipment: 18 Ku-band transponders, 12 C-band transponders
Configuration: DFH-4 Bus
Propulsion: ?
Power: 2 deployable solar arrays, batteries
Lifetime: 15 years
Mass: 5000 kg
Orbit: GEO

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04-02-2011, 09:17 AM
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Pakistan Telecom Set To Launch New Satellite

KARACHI: 22 Mar 2011 - A hallmark of Pak-China joint venture, Pakistan telecommunication satellite Paksat 1R will be launched on August 14, the Independence Day of Pakistan, which also happens to be the date for the 50th anniversary of SUPARCO, an official said on Monday.

Paksat-1R is being developed in China to replace the currently in-orbit leased satellite Paksat-1.

The timely development and launch of this satellite is important as Paksat-1 is reaching the end of its service life next year. The development of Paksat-1R satellite is progressing according to the schedule and the satellite will be launched as per the plan, an official of the Planning Commission said.

The government of Pakistan realises the significance of this project of national importance and will, therefore, meet its financial obligations and will continue to provide funds to the project, despite several financial constraints it faces.

The Paksat 1R will replace the current telecommunication satellite developed by Hughes Systems, which already has shown signal eclipse of 88 days in a year. The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) allocates the satellite place in geostationary orbit on a first-come-first-serve basis. But after allotment of a position, a deadline is needed for a party to launch its satellite in a given time and in the case of failure, the allotment is handed over to other nations or parties who were in queue.

In the 1980s, Pakistan booked eight slots in the orbit.

In mid-90s, Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) signed an agreement with Alcatel for a satellite. But in the meantime, a few telecommunication satellite launches failed worldwide and other problems halted the launch of the Pakistani satellite, causing Alcatel to cancel the agreement. Pakistan then also lost its allotted slots in the orbit.

Pakistan bought the Hughes satellite designed for Indonesia and moved it in the occupied slot in December 2002.

The development of Pakistans own satellite is not only important for the capacity building, but for self-reliance purposes, as well in case of an embargo or other hurdles from advance countries as were seen in the past.

The Paksat 1R data and signals will be received by the satellite ground stations located in Karachi and Lahore.

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08-02-2011, 09:34 AM
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08-02-2011, 09:59 AM
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08-02-2011, 06:25 PM
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08-02-2011, 06:26 PM
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08-14-2011, 03:40 PM
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Pakistans First National Communication Satellite Launched Today

August 12, 2011 - Pakistans first Communications Satellite PAKSAT-1R, as a part of Pakistans Space Programme-2040, was launched today at 2117 hrs (PST) on board Chinas Satellite Launch Vehicle from the Xichang Satellite Launch Centre. Besides others, launch was witnessed by Secretary Defence Lt Gen Syed Athar Ali, Secretary Foreign Affairs Mr. Salman Bashir, Director General, Strategic Plans Division Lt Gen Khalid Ahmed Kidwai and Ambassador of Pakistan to China Mr. Muhammad Masood Khan.

PAKSAT-1R has a total of 30 transponders, 12 in C-band and 18 in Ku-band. The satellite will be deployed at 38.0E in the Geo-stationary orbit and it will replace the existing satellite PAKSAT-1. PAKSAT-1R has a design life of 15 years and will provide TV broadcasting, Internet and data communication services across South and Central Asia, Eastern Europe, East Africa and the Far East. This satellite now enables extending of communication services to all areas of Pakistan.

It may be recalled that the National Command Authority (NCA) recently approved Pakistans Space Programme-2040 during its meeting at the Strategic Plans Division (SPD) on 14 July 2011. Earlier, the contract for the development of PAKSAT-1R was signed between Pakistan Space and Upper Atmosphere Research Commission (SUPARCO) and China Great Wall Industry Corporation (CGWIC) in October 2008 during the visit of the President of Pakistan to China. Pakistani engineers have worked closely with their Chinese counterparts during all stages of development of the satellite in China. Some experimental units developed at SUPARCO have also been integrated on the satellite for technology evaluation.

China and Pakistan have enjoyed more than 20 years of cooperation in Space Science, Technology and Applications. The launch of Paksat-1R Satellite is a major milestone for both countries towards strengthening of this cooperation. SUPARCO will continue its efforts for launching of other satellites including Remote Sensing Satellites, to ensure that the space technology applications fully contribute to socio-economic development and national security in Pakistan.

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08-14-2011, 03:40 PM
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Confirmation Of Lift-Off At 1615:04UTC Big Grin

   
   
   
   
   
   

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08-14-2011, 03:46 PM
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Long March 3B Successfully Launches PakSat-1R Satellite

August 12th, 2011 (Beijing Time), the Pakistan Communications Satellite PakSat-1R owned by Pakistan Space & Upper Atmosphere Research Commission (SUPARCO) was launched from Xichang Satellite Launch Center (XSLC) aboard a Long March 3B launch vehicle (LM-3B or CZ-3B) and successfully entered into the pre-determined orbit. It is the first time for China aerospace industry to export a communications satellite to an Asian customer on an in-orbit delivery basis.

About 1542 seconds after the LM-3B lift-off, the orbital parameters received by Xian Satellite Control Center (XSCC) showed that the launch vehicle and spacecraft separated normally and the satellite entered into a super Geo-stationary Transfer Orbit with an apogee of 41985.18km, a perigee of 203.72 km and an inclination of 24.79. The launch is declared a mission success.

PakSat-1R, with a lift-off mass of 5119.5 kg, is based on Dong Fang Hong 4 (DFH-4) satellite platform manufactured by China Academy of Space Technology (CAST), a subsidiary of China Aerospace Science & Technology Corporation (CASC). Its payload includes 30 transponders (12 C band and 18 Ku band) and three antennas. The satellite beams cover the cities and regions in South Asia, the Middle East, Eastern Africa and a part of Europe areas and cities. The satellite service life is 15 years and its end-of-life power is 7.75KW. The Customer Furnished Items (CFI) developed by SUPARCO are also on-board the Satellite to verify SUPARCOs satellite development capability.

The LM-3B launch vehicle used for this launch mission is developed by China Academy of Launch Vehicle Technology (CALT), a subsidiary of CASC. LM-3B is Chinas most powerful launch vehicle for GTO mission capable of launching a payload up to 5,500 kg into standard GTO. This is the 15th launch of LM-3B and the 143rd launch of the Long March family.

The launch of PakSat-1R is conducted on an In-orbit delivery basis according to the PakSat-1R Communications Satellite System Contract signed by and between China Great Wall Industry Corporation (CGWIC) subordinated to CASC, and SUPARCO on October 15th, 2008 in Beijing, China. According to the Contract, CGWIC, Prime Contractor, together with its subcontractors, CALT, CAST and China Satellite Launch and Tracking Control General (CLTC) shall deliver this large powerful communications satellite into orbit, related training services and two TT&C ground stations located in Lahore and Karachi to SUPARCO.

In the near future, PakSat-1R will perform a series of orbit maneuvers under the control of XSCC before reaching its final orbital position of 38 degree East longitude over the equator. It will be delivered to Pakistan after in-orbit tests, and thus to satisfy the needs of Pakistan in telecommunications, broadcasting and broadband multimedia services etc.

PakSat-1R is the third communications satellite delivered to its international customers on an in-orbit delivery basis by China space industry, and it is also the second space program between China and Pakistan after the piggy-back launch of BADR-A by an LM-2E on July 16,1990. PakSat-1R program is a major milestone event for space cooperation between the two countries.

China and Pakistan are good neighbors linked by rivers and mountains, close friends with mutual trust, partners of mutual benefit and win-win cooperation, and brothers in weal and woe. In the all-round cooperation between the two nations, space cooperation has attracted great attention. Chinese President Hu Jintao and Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari jointly witnessed the signing of the PakSat-1R Contract. The three-year cooperative efforts devoted for the satellite project have further promoted the friendship of the two countries. The year of 2011 marks the 60th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and Pakistan, and on the eve of the 64th Independent Day of Pakistan, the successful launch of PakSat-1R has added to the glory of the "China-Pakistan Friendship Year", and has refreshed the all-weather strategic cooperative partnership of China and Pakistan with new vigor and vitality.

The launch of PakSat-1R is the first communications satellite exported by China aerospace to world customers in 2011 and three (3) international commercial launch services have been scheduled this year, two of them are satellite missions on an in-orbit delivery basis.

       

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08-14-2011, 04:01 PM
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China Launches PAKSAT-1R Satellite For Pakistan

BEIJING, Aug. 12 2011 - China launched the communications satellite PAKSAT-1R for Pakistan at 0:15 a.m. Friday from Xichang Satellite Launch Center in southwest China's Sichuan Province.

The satellite was carried by a Long March-3B carrier rocket. According to the control center, the satellite successfully separated from its carrier rocket and entered the geostationary transfer orbit as scheduled, 26 minutes after launch.

It is China's first international export of a commercial satellite this year, the first in-orbit delivery to an Asian customer, and also the third fully integrated satellite export to an international customer after the NigComSat-1 and VeneSat-1 communications satellites.

Developed by China Academy of Space Technology, PAKSAT-1R is based on the DFH-4 bus with a total of 30 transponders and three antennae onboard. It will provide a range of services, including telecom, broadcasting and broadband Internet, covering South Asia, the Middle East, and eastern Africa and some regions of Europe.

The Long March-3B launch vehicle -- China's most powerful launcher for the GTO orbit -- was developed by the China Academy of Launch Vehicle Technology. The launching of the satellite marks the 143th flight for the Long March carrier rocket series.

The contract for the PAKSAT-1R was signed in 2008 between China Great Wall Industry Corporation (CGWIC) and the Space and Upper Atmosphere Research Commission of Pakistan.

The launch of PAKSAT-1R shows that cooperation between the space industries of China and Pakistan continues to develop well. Pakistan's first low-orbit satellite, BADR-A, was launched by China in 1990 in the nose cone of a Long March-2E rocket.

According to CGWIC, after satellite positioning and in-orbit testing, PAKSAT-1R is expected to be officially handed over to Pakistan in October.

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08-29-2011, 08:00 AM
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09-08-2011, 10:19 AM
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09-14-2011, 08:08 PM
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Satellite Launched For Pakistan Enters Test Orbit

BEIJING, Sept. 13 2011 - A communications satellite launched in China for Pakistan entered its test orbit located at 37.8 degrees east longitude on Sunday, China Great Wall Industry Corporation (CGWIC) said Tuesday.

PAKSAT-1R, which was launched at the Xichang Satellite Launch Center in the southwestern China's Sichuan Province on Aug. 12, will soon begin an in-orbit test, the CGWIC said.

The satellite is expected to enter its final orbit located at 38 degrees east longitude before delivery to Pakistan, the CGWIC said.

It is China's first in-orbit delivery to Asian customers and also the first commercial satellite export to international users this year.

The contract for the PAKSAT-1R was signed in 2008 between the CGWIC and the Space and Upper Atmosphere Research Commission of Pakistan.

PAKSAT-1R will provide a range of services, including broadband Internet, telecom and broadcasting, covering regions in Europe, South Asia, the Middle East, and eastern Africa.

China and Pakistan share a long history of space technology cooperation. Pakistan's first low-orbit satellite, BADR-A, was launched by China in 1990, carried by the Long March 2E rocket.

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09-19-2011, 06:23 PM
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PakSat-1R To Commence Service In October

18 Sep 2011 - Pakistans first communications satellite PAKSAT-1R will start commercial operations next month, bringing improvements to the South Asian countrys broadcast and broadband capabilities.

The satellite was successfully launched to an orbital location of 38 degrees East in August, and from October will provide both C and Ku-band coverage to 75 countries across south and central Asia, the Middle East, Africa and Europe.

As well as reaching further afield, the satellite extends communication services to every area of Pakistan, and has already notched up over 45 customers, including broadcasters and telecommunications companies such as Mobilink according to the Associated Press of Pakistan (APP).

"It will not only play important role in socio-economic development of the country but will also provide educational opportunities, better health services, stimulate private sector business and investment," said the news agency.

Arshad H Siraj, secretary of the Pakistan Space Agency SUPARCO is reported as saying by APP that Pakistan sees PAKSAT-1R as not only a communication tool, but as a unique opportunity to bring meaningful change in the lives of its people by providing improved communication, healthcare, education and governance to rural areas.

"Under the vision 2040 of Pakistans Space Programme, many more satellites will be launched, which will help to improve socio-economic condition of the country," Mr Siraj is quoted as saying in The Nation.

PAKSAT-1R comprises 18 Ku-band and 12 C-band transponders, weighs 5,115 kg and is based on the DongFangHong-4 platform.

http://www.rapidtvnews.com/

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10-11-2011, 08:49 AM
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Paksat 1R arrived at 38.0 East.

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11-04-2011, 09:25 AM
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VU Television Channels Will Be Shifted To PAKSAT-1R From The 3rd Of November, 2011

VUTV New Downlink Parameters

Satellite: Paksat-1R at 38 East
Downlink Frequency: 4158 MHz
Polarization: Vertical
FEC: 3/4
Symbol Rate: 12000

Undecided no C-band coverage @ Colombo

   

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12-03-2011, 09:11 AM
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PakSat-1R To Be Fully Functional By Dec 2011

ISLAMABAD, Nov 30 2011 - Secretary SUPARCO, Arshad H Siraj has said that Pakistans first communications satellite PAKSAT-1R, will be fully functional by next month.He informed that satellite is being developed with CGWIC in China and Thales Alenia Space and have a C- and Ku-band payload.Talking to APP here on Wednesday, Secretary SUPARCO said the satellite has been specifically designed to offer broadcasting, DTH, backhaul services, Internet trunking and data services within the region.

It will be covering South Asia, the Middle East, Africa and Europe in C-band, Ku-band and will be covering South Asia and the Middle East. In terms of the demand for Ku-band capacity, a lot will depend on the DTH projects.

With the launch of PAKSAT-1R, it is expected that DTH will eventually take-off in Pakistan and that is a significant opportunity for Ku-band payloads.

We are planing to launch a high resolution Remote Sensing Satellite System (RSSS) by 2014 to meet the national and international requirements in the field of satellite imagery, he added.

He further informed that RSSS will be a progressive and sustainable programme. Initially, Suparco plans to launch an optical satellite with payload of 2.5 metre PAN in 700 km sun- synchronous orbit by the end of year 2011, which will be followed by a series of optical and SAR satellites in future.

It will be helpful in exploiting the potentials of space technologies for natural resource surveying and environmental monitoring, he added.

Arshad Siraj said that RSSS will also be significant in executing application projects of national significance and will also be helpful in improving agriculture of the country, water resources and environment.

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12-28-2011, 05:27 PM
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RE: Paksat 1R (38.0E)
What are thease Transponders, Seems to be Paksat 1R, But i ma not sure, Indika Please check this and correct me.

11100/1451/V - DVB-S2
11131/1450/V
14180/1450/H
11151/4000/V- DVB-S2
11149/4000/H
11654/1950/V
11471/1497/V
14269/1500/H
11660/1800/V
14721/1800/H
11679/2000/V
14477/2000/H

Most of them are Temporally Upload channels.
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02-12-2012, 08:25 AM
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RE: Paksat 1R (38.0E)
10970V Feeds has started on, DVB-S, MPEG-2, BISS, SR 2100, FEC 3/4, (Ku Beam)

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05-02-2012, 09:51 AM
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10975V Feeds has started on, DVB-S, MPEG-4, Fta, SR 2100, FEC 3/4, (Ku Beam)

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06-09-2012, 07:14 AM
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RE: Paksat 1R (38.0E)
11184V Feeds has started on, DVB-S, MPEG-2, BISS, SR 2000, FEC 3/4, (Ku Beam)

11188V Feeds has started on, DVB-S, MPEG-2, Fta, SR 2000, FEC 3/4, (Ku Beam)

12691V Feeds has started on, DVB-S, MPEG-2, BISS, SR 3333, FEC 3/4, (Ku Beam)

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06-15-2012, 01:25 AM
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RE: Paksat 1R (38.0E)
I Used to get 4 Transponders only from Paksat 1 but since about 3 weeks there are no cathable c band siganls.
(Location - Ragama / 10 and 12 feet solid dish).
Am I correct?
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07-12-2012, 08:45 AM
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RE: Paksat 1R (38.0E)
11050V Feeds has started on, DVB-S, MPEG-2, Fta, SR 3760, FEC 3/4, (Ku Beam)

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07-14-2012, 03:46 PM
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11103V DATA has started on, DVB-S2/8PSK, SR 3011, FEC 5/6, (Ku Beam)

11150V DATA has started on, DVB-S2/8PSK, SR 4000, FEC 3/4, (Ku Beam)

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07-14-2012, 03:48 PM
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10992V Feeds has started on, DVB-S, MPEG-2, Fta, SR 1500, FEC 3/4, (Ku Beam)

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Indika Perera

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07-14-2012, 03:50 PM
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RE: Paksat 1R (38.0E)
11122V Feeds has started on, DVB-S, MPEG-2, Fta, SR 1808, FEC 3/4, (Ku Beam)

11167V Feeds has started on, DVB-S, MPEG-2, Fta, SR 3000, FEC 7/8, (Ku Beam)

11191V Feeds has started on, DVB-S, MPEG-2, Fta, SR 2000, FEC 3/4, (Ku Beam)

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07-14-2012, 04:20 PM
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10975V Down News English Tests has started on, DVB-S, MPEG-2, Fta, SR 2100, FEC 3/4, (Ku Beam)

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07-14-2012, 04:52 PM
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very good news

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07-17-2012, 11:11 AM
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RE: Paksat 1R (38.0E)
11124V Feeds has started on, DVB-S, MPEG-2, Fta, SR 1300, FEC 3/4, (Ku Beam)

12696V Feeds has started on, DVB-S, MPEG-2, Fta, SR 3333, FEC 3/4, (Ku Beam)

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09-13-2012, 05:50 AM
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RE: Paksat 1R (38.0E)
10990V Feeds has started on, DVB-S, MPEG-2, Fta, SR 1650, FEC 3/4, (Ku Beam)

11027V DATA has started on, DVB-S2/8PSK, SR 3200, FEC 3/4, (Ku Beam)

12687V Feeds has started on, DVB-S, MPEG-2, Fta, SR 2170, FEC 7/8, (Ku Beam)

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09-13-2012, 09:11 AM
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RE: Paksat 1R (38.0E)
any tvchannells coming in ku band?
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10-02-2012, 11:50 AM
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RE: Paksat 1R (38.0E)
12652V Feeds has started on, DVB-S, MPEG-4, Fta, SR 2050, FEC 3/4, (Ku Beam)

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12-22-2012, 06:41 PM
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RE: Paksat 1R (38.0E)
10975V Dawn News English Tests new audio/video PIDs.

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03-14-2013, 05:24 AM
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SpeedCast Acquires New Capacity On Paksat-1R

Islamabad, March 12th, 2013 - PAKSAT International, Pakistan's Satellite Capacity Service Provider, today announced the signing of a multi-year agreement for C-band capacity with SpeedCast Ltd., one of the leading satellite telecommunications service providers in the region.

SpeedCast will use PAKSAT's new satellite PAKSAT-1R at 38° East to provide C-band services to its customers in Pakistan and the neighboring regions. SpeedCast will integrate PAKSAT-1R C-band capacity into its GSM backhaul network, incorporating carrier-in-carrier technology, for optimal efficiency and performance for its customers.

"PAKSAT-1R's performance and strong coverage provides us with the ability to offer highly efficient and reliable customized solutions to our cellular backhaul customers, as well as meeting the networking needs of our Enterprise and Government customers in the region," said Pierre-Jean Beylier, CEO of SpeedCast.

"SpeedCast offers its customers innovative connectivity solutions backed by unmatched service quality," said Usman Bajwa, CEO of PAKSAT. "Through its latest high-power communication satellite, PAKSAT-1R, PAKSAT is ideally positioned to offer SpeedCast an effective solution to help them meet their customers’ needs."

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04-07-2013, 12:51 PM
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RE: Paksat 1R (38.0E)
@All
as per coverage map paksat 1r c band can receive i north part of sri lanka ?
what is the dish size?
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03-15-2014, 07:31 PM
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RE: Paksat 1R (38.0E)
Any C band signals available in Sri Lanka form PAKSAT 1?
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04-20-2014, 01:55 PM
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Nobody has reported now about paksat 1R

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