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Insat 3A (93.5E)
03-15-2010, 01:26 AM
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Satellite: Insat 3A

INSAT-3A is a multipurpose satellite for providing telecommunications, television broadcasting, meteorological and search & rescue services.

It carries twenty four transponders - twelve operating in the normal C-band frequency, six in Extended C-band and six in Ku-band. Nine of the twelve normal C-band transponders provide expanded coverage and the remaining three have India coverage beam. All the extended C-band as well as the Ku-band transponders have India coverage beams. INSAT-3A also carries a Ku-band beacon.

For meteorological observation, INSAT-3A carries a three channel Very High Resolution Radiometer (VHRR) with 2 km resolution in the visible band and 8 km resolution in thermal infrared and water vapour bands. In addition, INSAT-3A carries a Charge Coupled Device (CCD) camera which operates in the visible and short wave infrared bands providing a spatial resolution of 1 km. A Data Relay Transponder (DRT) operating in UHF band is incorporated for realtime hydrometeorological data collection from unattended platforms located on land and river basins. The data is then relayed in extended C-band to a central location.

INSAT-3A also carries another transponder for Satellite Aided Search and Rescue (SAS & R) as part of India's contribution to the international Satellite Aided Search and Rescue programme.

INSAT-3A is launched by European Ariane-5G Launch Vehicle into a Geosynchronous Transfer Orbit (GTO) with a perigee of 200 km and an apogee of 35,980 km. The satellite is manoeuvered to its final orbit by firing the satellite's apogee motor. Subsequently, the deployment of solar array, antennae and the solar sail is carried out and the satellite is commissioned after in-orbit checkout.

Official Beams for Sri Lanka
C-band India Beam
C-band Expanded Beam
Ku-band India Beam

           

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03-15-2010, 02:30 AM
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RE: Insat 3A (93.5E)
India To Launch Five Insat-3 Series Satellites

Bangalore: June 17, 1998 - The Indian Space Research Organisation has finalised its programme of launching five third-generation Insat series with the construction of satellites beginning this year. According to the latest annual report of Isro, the first four satellites Insat 3A to Insat 3D, would become operational during 1999-2001. The four satellites are expected to be in the 2.5 tonne class while the last satellite in the series Insat 3E would weigh 3.5 tonnes.

Insat 3A would carry the full compliment of meteorological payloads, similar to Insat 2E, the last of the second generation Insat satellites scheduled to be launched later this year by an Ariane launcher of the European Space Agency. Isro has earmarked Rs 572 crore during the current financial year for the Insat-3 series. This included the launching costs also. Currently Isro has leased 11 transponders of Insat-2E to Intelsat.

The four satellites in the Insat-3 series would have communication payloads to augment the Insat transponder capacity to cater to the increasing demand of about 130 transponders by the year 2002.

Insat 3D was expected to carry an advanced six-channel imager, a 19-channel sounder besides 10 KU band channels. Insat 3E would be a heavier satellite with an upgraded bus capable of carrying 20 KU band channels. Following the failure of Insat 2D satellites from October 4 last year, Isro had acquired a communication satellite from Arabsat and has deployed it as Insat 2DT.

According to Isro, the Insat-3 satellites would have more advanced features as compared to the present generation satellites and construction of these satellites had already commenced. New technologies of satellite communications such as digital audio broadcasting would be demonstrated using experimental satellites such as Gsat which were planned for launch by the Geostationary Satellite Launch Vehicle during its developmental test flights scheduled to begin from this year.

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03-15-2010, 08:53 AM
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RE: Insat 3A (93.5E)
   
Insat 3A

Type / Application: Communication, Meteorology
Operator: ISRO
Contractors: ISRO
Equipment: 12 C-band transponders, 6 ext. C-band transponders, 6 Ku-band transponders, 1 Ku beacon, 1 S-band transponder, VHRR, CCD Camera, DR Transponder
Configuration: Insat-2/-3 Bus
Propulsion: 440 Newton thrust liquid apogee motor
Power: 2 deployable solar arrays, batteries
Lifetime: 12 years
Mass: 2950 kg
Orbit: GEO

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03-15-2010, 08:54 AM
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RE: Insat 3A (93.5E)
Arianespace Wins Satellite Launch Deal From ISRO

Friday 15 December 2000

Arianespace has been awarded a USD 144 mil contract by the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) for the launch of the Insat-3A and Insat-3E satellites. The two satellites will be added to the Insat telecoms, broadcasting and cyclone warning satellite system.

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03-15-2010, 08:54 AM
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RE: Insat 3A (93.5E)
Another Ariane 5 Is Prepared For Liftoff

January 24, 2003 - Ariane Flight V160

The Ariane 5 for Arianespace's next heavy-lift mission is being assembled at the Spaceport in French Guiana.

   

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03-15-2010, 08:54 AM
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RE: Insat 3A (93.5E)
Ariane 5's Dual Payload Is Prepared For Launch

February 11, 2003 - Ariane Flight V160

The two satellites to be carried by Arianespace's next Ariane 5 mission are undergoing checkout in the new S5 payload preparation facility at the Guiana Space Center. Liftoff of Flight 160 with the GALAXY XII and INSAT 3A spacecraft is set for March.

India's INSAT 3A is installed on its payload adapter for a fit-check inside Arianespace's massive S5 facility. The payload adapter will serve as the interface between the spacecraft and its Ariane 5. INSAT 3A was built by the Indian Space Research Organisation as part of the country's active telecommunications and satellite services program, and it was delivered to French Guiana in January.

   

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03-15-2010, 08:55 AM
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RE: Insat 3A (93.5E)
Positioning The Ariane 5 For Final Integration

March 25, 2003 - Ariane Flight V160

The past two days have been busy for launch team personnel at the Spaceport as two Ariane 5 launchers were repositioned in preparation for Arianespace Flight 160.

The Flight 160 launcher is readied for its rollout today from the integration building to the final assembly facility. This Ariane 5G+ version will carry India's INSAT 3A satellite, built by the Indian Space Research Organisation, along with GALAXY XII, an Orbital Sciences Corporation spacecraft manufactured for PanAmSat.

Mounted on its mobile launch table, Flight 160's Ariane heads to the final assembly building where the INSAT 3A and GALAXY XII satellites will be installed. Liftoff of Flight 160 is scheduled for early April.

       

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03-15-2010, 08:55 AM
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RE: Insat 3A (93.5E)
Payload Integration Begins For The Dual-Satellite Payload

March 27, 2003 - Ariane Flight V160

The launch campaign for Flight 160 has entered its final phase with the start-up of payload integration. Our photos below show the activity with INSAT 3A, which took place today in the Spaceport's final assembly building.

Liftoff of the Ariane vehicle with INSAT 3A and GALAXY XII is set for early April.

   
INSAT 3A is readied for its integration with elements of the Ariane launch vehicle. The spacecraft has already been mounted on its cone-shaped adapter, which acts as the interface with Ariane's SLYDA 5 dual satellite deployment system. INSAT 3A was developed by the Indian Space Research Organisation and after its launch by Ariane, the spacecraft will be positioned in an orbital slot over the Indian Ocean.

   
The INSAT 3A spacecraft is lowered for its installation atop the SLYDA 5 dual-satellite deployment system. The INSAT 3A/SLYDA 5 combination will then be installed over the GALAXY XII spacecraft to create the two-satellite "stack" carried by Ariane. For the in-flight deployment sequence, INSAT 3A will be released first, followed by the SYLDA 5's separation. The mission will be completed with the deployment of GALAXY XII.

   
This overhead view shows INSAT 3A after its installation atop the SYLDA 5. The Indian satellite is a hybrid spacecraft that carries a mixed C/Ku-band communications payload, a weather monitoring system and a system for search and rescue. The Indian Space Research Organisation is one of the longest customers for Ariane, having used the launcher family numerous times since India's Apple experimental satellite was orbited by an Ariane 1 in 1981.

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03-15-2010, 08:55 AM
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RE: Insat 3A (93.5E)
Putting The Final Touches On Ariane

April 1, 2003 - Ariane Flight V160

The final preparations for Flight 160 included a symbolic step: adorning the Ariane 5's payload fairing with markings for the mission's two payloads (INSAT 3A and GALAXY XII) and the Arianespace corporate logo.

This traditional "final touch" included a special addition with the names of two cities that are involved in the Ariane program. See our photo report of this activity, which took place in the Spaceport's final assembly building for Ariane.

Liftoff of Flight 160 is set for April during a launch window that opens at 7:49 p.m., local time in Kourou, French Guiana.

The Indian flag and markings of the Indian Space Research Organisation are included in the decal for INSAT 3A. To its right is PanAmSat's well-known logo of Spot, the irreverent dog was created by a cartoonist at the company's start in the early 1990s.

   

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03-15-2010, 08:55 AM
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RE: Insat 3A (93.5E)
INSAT-3A Launch On April 9, 2003

April 01, 2003

ISRO's multipurpose satellite, INSAT-3A, is scheduled for launch by Ariane-5 launch vehicle of Arianespace in the early hours of April 9, 2003 (as per IST), from Kourou in French Guyana.

The 2958 kg INSAT-3A is a multipurpose satellite for providing telecommunication, television broadcasting, meteorology and satellite aided search and rescue services. It carries 12 C-band, 6 upper extended C-band, 6 Ku-band and one search and rescue transponders. The meteorological instruments consist of a Very High Resolution Radiometer, a Charge Coupled Device (CCD) camera and a data relay transponder.

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03-15-2010, 08:55 AM
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RE: Insat 3A (93.5E)
Topping Off The Launcher

April 2, 2003 - Ariane Flight V160

The Ariane 5 for Flight 160 is now a complete launch vehicle following yesterday's "topping off" activity in the Spaceport's final assembly building.

The launcher's upper section - composed of the INSAT 3A satellite, the SYLDA 5 multiple payload deployment system and the payload fairing - were installed atop the Ariane 5. The upper section was positioned over the GALAXY XII spacecraft, which was integrated on the launcher March 31.

       

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03-15-2010, 08:56 AM
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RE: Insat 3A (93.5E)
The Go-Ahead Is Given For Ariane 5's April 8 Liftoff With A Dual Satellite Payload

April 5 , 2003 - Ariane Flight V160

Arianespace Flight 160 was cleared for liftoff following the launch readiness review held at the Spaceport today.

This thorough review included a readiness validation of the Ariane 5 and its dual satellite payload, a verification of the Spaceport's launch infrastructure and a check of the down-range tracking network that will follow the mission.

With today's green light, all is ready for the Ariane 5's rollout from the final assembly building to the launch zone on Monday, April 7. This will be followed by the final countdown on April 8, which includes of the launcher's cryogenic main stage.

Liftoff of the Ariane 5 with its dual satellite payload of INSAT 3A and GALAXY XII is set for the evening of April 8 during a launch window that begins at 7:49 p.m. and closes at 8:30 p.m. (local time in Kourou, French Guiana).

The 2,950-kg. INSAT 3A was designed and built by the Indian Space Research Organisation in Bangalore, India. Equipped with a mixed payload of 6 Ku-band and 18 C-band transponders, plus metrologiocal payload and search & rescue payloads, INSAT 3A will be located at an orbital position of 93.5 deg. East over the Bengal Gulf for coverage of India.

GALAXY XII has a liftoff mass of 1,760 kg. and was produced in Dulles, Virginia by Orbital Sciences Corporation for PanAmSat. It carries 24 C-band transponders and will be positioned at 74 deg. West to provide coverage over the continental United States, Alaska and Hawaii.

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03-15-2010, 08:56 AM
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RE: Insat 3A (93.5E)
Ariane 5 Is In The Launch Zone

April 7, 2003 - Ariane Flight V160

The launch campaign for Arianespace Flight 160 entered its final hours today as the Ariane 5 launch vehicle was transferred to the launch zone.

This process began this morning at 11:30 a.m., when the launcher - complete with its dual payload of the INSAT 3A and GALAXY XII satellites - emerged from the Spaceport's final assembly building.

Mounted atop its mobile launch table, the Ariane 5 moved along the 2.8-km. twin rail line that links the final assembly building with the ELA-3 complex' launch zone. The weather was excellent for the transfer, with the sun shining brightly through only partially cloudy skies over the Spaceport.

The photo above, from Arianespace's Lynda Obydol, provides an excellent overview of the transfer as the launcher nears a final turn before arriving on the launch pad. The launch pad (with its tall towers that provide protection against lightning strikes) is at the left. Flight 160's Ariane 5 approaches from the right as it rides atop the mobile launch table. Behind the table is a string of rail cars that provide electrical and environmental control support for the launcher and its payload during the transfer.

Liftoff of Flight 160 is on schedule for tomorrow evening, April 8, during a launch window that begins at 7:49 p.m. and closes at 8:30 p.m. (local time in Kourou, French Guiana).

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03-15-2010, 08:57 AM
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RE: Insat 3A (93.5E)
INSAT-3A Ready For Launch

April 07, 2003

All preparations have been made for the launch of ISRO's multipurpose satellite, INSAT-3A, on board the 160th flight of Ariane from Kourou, French Guyana. The launch window for the 160th flight of Ariane, carrying INSAT-3A and its co-passenger, GALAXY-XII of US, is fixed between 04.19 am and 05.00 am IST on April 9, 2003 (22:49 pm to 23:30 pm GMT on April 8, 2003).

The Master Control Facility (MCF) at Hassan in Karnataka will take control of INSAT-3A as soon as it is launched into Geosynchronous Tranfer Orbit.

INSAT-3A is a multipurpose satellite for providing telecommunication, television broadcasting, meteorology and satellite aided search and rescue services. It carries 12 C-band, 6 upper extended C-band, 6 Ku-band and one search and rescue transponders. The meteorological instruments consist of Very High Resolution Radiometer, a Charge Coupled Device (CCD) camera and a data relay transponder.

The Master Control Facility (MCF) at Hassan in Karnataka will take ontrol of INSAT-3A soon after its injection into Geosynchronous Tranfer Orbit. In the following days, operations like orbit raising manoeuvres to take the satellite into the final Geostationary Orbit, deployment of solar arrays, antennas and solar sail, 3-axes stabilisation, etc., will be conducted from MCF. The MCF will also carry out regular operations and control of the satellite during its design life:

Live Telecast: The launch of INSAT-3A from Kourou will be telecast live by Doordarshan (DD-1) from 3.59 am (IST) on April 9, 2003.

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03-15-2010, 08:58 AM
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Final Countdown Underway

April 8, 2003 - Ariane Flight V160

Arianespace's Flight 160 is nearing its liftoff hour this evening as the final countdown continues on schedule at the Spaceport in French Guiana.

Activities today include a final check of the Ariane 5's electrical systems and fueling of its cryogenic main stage with liquid oxygen/liquid hydrogen propellant.

The weather continued to be excellent over the launch zone, and is expected to remain "green" for tonight's launch.

Liftoff of Flight 160 is set for this evening in a launch window that begins at 7:49 p.m. and closes at 8:30 p.m. (local time in Kourou, French Guiana).

Flight 160's dual satellite payload consists of the 2,950-kg. INSAT 3A and GALAXY XII, which has a liftoff mass of 1,760 kg.

INSAT 3A was designed and built by the Indian Space Research Organisation in Bangalore, India. Its mixed payload has 6 Ku-band and 18 C-band telecommunications relay transponders, a metrological system, along with search and rescue locating/positioning equipment. INSAT 3A will be located at an orbital position of 93.5 deg. East over the Bengal Gulf for coverage of India.

The GALAXY XII satellite on Flight 160 was produced in Dulles, Virginia (U.S.A.) by Orbital Sciences Corporation for PanAmSat. It carries 24 C-band transponders and will provide coverage over the continental United States, Alaska and Hawaii from its orbital location at 74 deg. West.

   

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03-15-2010, 08:58 AM
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03-15-2010, 08:59 AM
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RE: Insat 3A (93.5E)
Mission Postponed

April 8, 2003 - Ariane Flight V160

Tonight's liftoff of Arianespace Flight 160 was delayed after one of the mission's two clients requested additional verifications on its satellite payload.

The Ariane 5G launcher and its dual payload are in a safe mode on the launch pad.

Additional information on the mission's rescheduling will be provided during the morning hours of April 9 (Kourou time).

Arianespace was notified of the client's need for additional satellite verifications prior to the startup of fueling activity with the Ariane 5's cryogenic core stage. As a result, the countdown activity was stopped before any of the stage's liquid oxygen/liquid hydrogen propellant had been loaded.

Flight 160 will carry the 2,950-kg. INSAT 3A satellite, produced by the Indian Space Research Organisation, and GALAXY XII - a 1,760 kg.-payload built by Orbital Sciences Corporation for PanAmSat.

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03-15-2010, 08:59 AM
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The Mission Is A "Go" For Tonight

April 9, 2003 - Ariane Flight V160

Arianespace has approved the final countdown resumption for Flight 160 following a one-day postponement that was implemented when one of the mission's two customers requested additional verifications on its satellite payload.

Liftoff of the Ariane 5G launcher is set for this evening in the same launch window as before - which opens at 7:49 p.m. and continues through 8:30 p.m. local time in Kourou, French Guiana.

The Ariane 5 remained in the launch zone overnight, where the vehicle and its dual satellite payload were maintained in a safe mode.

Flight 160 will carry the 2,950-kg. INSAT 3A satellite, produced by the Indian Space Research Organisation, and GALAXY XII - a 1,760 kg.-payload built by Orbital Sciences Corporation for PanAmSat.

   

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03-15-2010, 09:00 AM
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A Double Success For Arianespace And Ariane 5

April 9, 2003 - Ariane Flight V160

Ariane 5 demonstrated its mission capabilities this evening by delivering a dual-satellite payload into an extremely accurate geostationary transfer orbit for Indian and U.S. customers.

Flight 160 lifted off from the Spaceport's ELA-3 launch complex and deployed the INSAT 3A satellite approximately 27 minutes into the mission, followed by the separation of GALAXY XII about 38 minutes later.

Tonight's mission used an Ariane 5 Generic launcher version, and it marked the 11th commercial Ariane 5 flight under Arianespace management.

Arianespace CEO Jean-Yves Le Gall said Flight 160 is the first of five Ariane 5 missions that are targeted during 2003. With this schedule, Arianespace plans a total of six launches this year, which includes the Ariane 4's final mission performed on February 15.

"All of us at Arianespace are committed to giving our customers the very best service, and we have worked extremely hard to achieve tonight's success," Le Gall said in comments at the Spaceport's launch control center.

He said the next Ariane 5 mission will be in early June. It is to carry the Optus C1 satellite for Australia's Optus and BSAT-2c for Broadcasting Satellite System Corporation (B-SAT) of Japan.

Flight 160's liftoff tonight had been postponed by 24 hours from yesterday after one of the mission's two customers requested additional verifications on its satellite payload.

The INSAT 3A satellite carried on Flight 160 was designed and built by the Indian Space Research Organisation in Bangalore, India, and was the 10th Indian payload orbited by an Ariane launcher since Arianespace first teamed with ISRO to launch the organization's first satellite, Apple, in June 1981.

INSAT 3A has a mixed payload of 6 Ku-band and 18 C-band telecommunications relay transponders, as well as a metrological system and search & rescue locating/positioning equipment. Once positioned at its operational orbital slot of 93.5 deg. East over the Bengal Gulf, the satellite will provide coverage over India.

Tonight's successful launch was the occasion for an announcement that India has booked two more ISRO payloads with Arianespace for upcoming Ariane 5 missions: INSAT 4A and INSAT 4B. These fourth-generation satellites will have improved capabilities and are to weigh about 3,200 kg. each at liftoff. They will be used for telecommunications over the Indian sub-continent with 12 Ku band and 12 C-band transponders.

The GALAXY XII satellite also carried on Flight 160 was produced in Dulles, Virginia (U.S.A.) by Orbital Sciences Corporation for PanAmSat. It carries 24 C-band transponders and is to provide coverage over the continental United States, Alaska and Hawaii from an orbital location of 74 deg. West.

This was the 18th satellite launched by Arianespace for PanAmSat, another long-time customer - which orbited its first spacecraft on Ariane 4's maiden flight in 1998. The previously-launched payloads include six other GALAXY-series spacecraft carried by Ariane: GALAXY VI (launched along with PanAmSat's SBS-6 on Flight 39 in October 1990), GALAXY VII in October 1992 on Flight 54, GALAXY IX orbited in June 1993 on Flight 57, GALAXY XI carried on Flight 125 in December 1999, GALAXY XR with Flight 126 in January 2000, and GALAXY IVR by Flight 129 in April 2000.

Two of the cities and regions involved in the Ariane program had a special mention on the Flight 160 launch vehicle with special decals installed on the Ariane5's upper portion. One of them is France's Bordeaux region, which is the home to such Ariane industrial partners as EADS Launch Vehicles, Snecma and Groupe SNPE. The other is Colleferro in Italy, where FiatAvio is located.

The "naming" of Flight 160's launcher is part of activities organized by the Community of Ariane Cities an association created to promote the economic, cultural and educational development of cities and citizens who contribute to the Ariane program and European space activities.

This is the second Ariane 5 to be so named in the Community of Ariane Cities promotion program. The first was the Belgium city of Charleroi, which had the distinction on Arianespace Flight 153 performed last July.

       

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03-15-2010, 09:20 AM
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RE: Insat 3A (93.5E)
INSAT-3A Launched

April 10, 2003

The multipurpose satellite, INSAT-3A, built by ISRO, was successfully launched early this morning (April 10, 2003) by the Ariane-5 launch vehicle of Arianespace. INSAT-3A is the third satellite in the INSAT-3 series; INSAT-3B and INSAT-3C were launched by Ariane-5 and Ariane-4 launch vehicles on March 22, 2000 and January 24, 2002 respectively.

The 160th flight of Ariane, carrying ISRO's 2,950 kg INSAT-3A and GALAXI-XII of US, lifted off at 4.22 am IST from Kourou, French Guyana. INSAT-3A was injected into a Geosynchronous Transfer Orbit (GTO), 30 minutes after the lift-off in 3-axis stabilized mode, with a perigee (nearest point to earth) of 859 km and an apogee (farthest point to earth) of 36,055 km and an inclination of 1.99 deg. with respect to the equator. The satellite is at present going round the earth with an orbital period of about 10 hours 47 minutes.

The Master Control Facility (MCF) at Hassan in Karnataka acquired the telemetry signal from INSAT-3A at 04.52 am IST. The initial health checks on the satellite indicate that the performance of the satellite is normal. First operations on the satellite were carried out by issuing commands from the MCF. The outermost panel of the stowed solar array of INSAT-3A was oriented towards the Sun to start generating the electrical power required by the satellite. Subsequently, the earth viewing face was oriented towards the earth and calibration of the gyros on board the satellite was carried out.

INSAT-3A is being tracked, monitored and controlled from MCF. During the initial phase of INSAT-3A operations, MCF also utilises INMARSAT Organisation's ground stations at Beijing (China), Fucino (Italy) and Lake Cowichan (Canada). The satellite's orbit is being precisely determined by continuous ranging from the participating Telemetry, Tracking and Command (TTC) ground stations.

In the coming days, orbit raising operations of INSAT-3A will be carried out by firing its 440 Newton Liquid Apogee Motor (LAM) in stages till the satellite attains its final geostationary orbit, which is about 36,000 km above the equator. The satellite has about 1.6 tonne of propellant (Mono-Methyl Hydrazine - MMH fuel and Mixed Oxides of Nitrogen - MON-3 oxidiser) for orbit raising operations as well as for station keeping and in-orbit attitude control. The on-orbit propellant availability will enable maintaining the satellite for operational services for a period of 12 years.

When the satellite reaches near-geostationary orbit, deployment of its solar panels and the two antennas as well as the solar sail will be carried out and the satellite put in its final 3-axis stabilised mode. This will be followed by trim manoeuvres to take the satellite to its designated orbital slot. The payloads will be subsequently checked out before the commissioning of the satellite.

INSAT-3A will be positioned at 93.5 deg East longitude in the geostationary orbit. Other INSAT satellite locations are: INSAT-2DT at 55 deg East longitude, INSAT-2E and INSAT-3B at 83 deg East longitude, INSAT-3C and KALPANA-1 at 74 deg East longitude.

INSAT-3A has the main body in the shape of a cuboid of 2.0 x 1.77 x 2.8 m. When its solar panel and solar sail are fully deployed in orbit, the satellite will measure 24.4 m in length. INSAT-3A's Sun tracking solar panels generate 3.1 kW of power. Two 70 Ah Nickel-Hydrogen batteries support full payload operations even during eclipses. INSAT-3A, like all its predecessors in the INSAT series, is a 3-axis body-stabilised spacecraft using earth sensors, sun sensors, inertial reference unit, momentum/reaction wheels and magnetic torquers. It is equipped with bi-propellant thrusters. The satellite has two deployable antennas and one fixed antenna that carry out various transmit and receive functions.

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03-15-2010, 09:20 AM
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RE: Insat 3A (93.5E)
INSAT-3A Placed In Intermediate Orbit

April 11, 2003

In the first critical orbit raising manoeuvre, conducted at 7 am (IST) this morning (April 11, 2003), the 440 Newton Liquid Apogee Motor (LAM) on board INSAT-3A was fired for 73 minutes 42 seconds by commanding the satellite from Master Control Facility (MCF), Hassan. With this LAM firing, INSAT-3A perigee (closest point to the earth) has been raised from 860 km at the time of launch to 11,500 km at present. The apogee remains at 36,000 km and the inclination of the orbit with respect to the equatorial plane has been reduced from 2 deg. at the time of launch to the present 0.9 deg. The orbital period is 14 hours 30 minutes.

It may be recalled that INSAT-3A was launched by Ariane-5 of Arianespace yesterday (April 10, 2003) from Kourou, French Guyana. The satellite had gone out of visibility of MCF, Hassan, at 3.20 pm yesterday and came within its visibility at 2.16 am IST this morning.

All systems on board the satellite are functioning normally. The satellite will go out of MCF visibility again at about 1.44 pm IST this afternoon and come within its visibility at 7 am tomorrow. The second orbit manoeuvre is planned around 1 pm tomorrow (April 12, 2003).

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INSAT-3A Orbit Raised Further

April 12, 2003

In the second orbit raising manoeuvre, conducted at 12 noon (IST) today (April 12, 2003), the 440 Newton Liquid Apogee Motor (LAM) on board INSAT-3A was fired for 53 minutes by commanding the satellite from Master Control Facility (MCF), Hassan. With this LAM firing, INSAT-3A perigee (closest point to the earth) has been raised from 11,500 km to 32,750 km. The apogee is 36,000 km and the inclination of the orbit with respect to the equatorial plane has been reduced from 0.9 deg to the present 0.1 deg. INSAT-3A now has an orbital period of 22 hour, 40 minutes. The satellite will now be in the continuous radio visibility of MCF-Hassan.

INSAT-3A was launched by Ariane-5 of Arianespace on April 10, 2003 from Kourou, French Guyana, and the first orbit raising manoeuvre was carried out from MCF-Hassan yesterday (April 11, 2003). The satellite came within the radio visibility of MCF this morning at 5:50 a.m. (IST), and all the necessary operations like earth acquisition and gyro calibration were carried out before the second orbit raising manoeuvre was started.All systems on board INSAT-3A are functioning normally. Third apogee raising manoeuvre is planned on April 14, 2003.

Vice President Congratulates ISRO: Vice President of India, Mr Bhairon Singh Shekhawat has congratulated ISRO on the successful launch of INSAT-3A on April 10, 2003 from Kourou, French Guyana. The Vice President conveyed his message over telephone to Dr K Kasturirangan, Chairman, ISRO at Kourou.

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03-15-2010, 09:21 AM
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RE: Insat 3A (93.5E)
INSAT-3A Placed In Geostationary Orbit

April 14, 2003

In the third and final stage of orbit-raising operation conducted today at 09:39 am IST (April 14, 2003) from Master Control Facility (MCF), Hassan, INSAT-3A has been placed in its Geo Stationary Orbit (GSO). The manoeuvre was completed by firing the 440 Newton Liquid Apogee Motor on board the satellite for a duration of 3 minute and 41 seconds. The satellite has achieved an orbital period of 23 hours and 48 minutes and is continuously visible to the MCF, Hassan. INSAT-3A is now moving towards its geostationary orbital slot with the planned drift rate of 2 degree per day. It is expected to reach its orbital slot of 93.5 degree East Longitude in the next five days.

The 440 Newton Liquid Apogee Motor (LAM), which was used to conduct INSAT-3A orbit raising manoeuvres, has performed well. It enabled taking the satellite from its Geostationary Transfer Orbit (GTO) (860 km perigee and 36,000 km apogee with an orbital inclination of 2 degree with respect to the equatorialplane) to its present 36,000 km circular orbit with zero degree inclination. The LAM was fired for a total duration of 130 minutes and 23 seconds in three phases on April 11, April 12 and April 14. A total velocity of 1.411 km per second was added by LAM at the Apogee point of the orbit to take the satellite from GTO to GSO.

INSAT-3A had 1,603 kg propellant at the time of its injection into GTO by Ariane-5 launch vehicle on April 10. After orbit raising operations, it has 505 kg of propellant remaining that is sufficient to arrest the drift and park it at its orbital slot as well as maintain the satellite in its orbit and controlling its orientation during its designed life of 12 years.

The deployment of the solar array and the antenna is planned for tomorrow. All subsystems on the satellite are working normally.

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03-15-2010, 09:21 AM
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RE: Insat 3A (93.5E)
Solar Array, Antennas And Solar Sail/Boom Of INSAT-3A Deployed

April 16, 2003

The Solar Array and the two Antennas of INSAT-3A were deployed on April 15, 2003 by commanding from Master Control Facility, Hassan.

In the first operation, the Solar Array on the south side of the satellite was deployed in two stages. The main solar panels were deployed at 10:40 am IST, followed by the deployment of two side panels. Then, the antenna reflector on the west side of the satellite was deployed at 11:30 am IST and finally the antenna reflector on the east side was deployed at 12:15 pm IST.

The Sun-tracking solar array of INSAT-3A has a total area of 26.6 sq m and it is designed to generate 3.1 kW of power in orbit. The satellite has two deployable antennas and one fixed antenna to carry out various transmit and receive functions.

The three-axis stabilization of INSAT-3A was carried out today, April 16, 2003 at 6 am IST. In this configuration, the spacecraft will be locked to Earth continuously through the optical sensors, and will maintain the correct attitude to look at the Earth in a stable manner. The Momentum Wheels onboard the satellite were switched ON and stabilized to the nominal speed of 4500 revolutions per minute to provide gyroscopic stiffness and facilitate 3-axis stabilization.

The deployment of the Solar Sail/Boom on the north side of the satellite was carried out today shortly after 3-axis stabilization of the satellite.

With this, all the deployment operations have been completed.

The health of INSAT-3A is normal. The satellite is now located at 87.4 deg East longitude and is moving towards its designated orbital slot of 93.5 deg East longitude.

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03-15-2010, 09:21 AM
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RE: Insat 3A (93.5E)
INSAT-3A Meteorological Cameras Tested

April 19, 2003

The meteorological instruments on board INSAT-3A have been tested in the last two days and the pictures received indicate good performance of both the cameras. It may be noted that INSAT-3A, which was launched on April 10, 2003, carries two meteorological cameras

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03-15-2010, 09:22 AM
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RE: Insat 3A (93.5E)
INSAT-3A Reaches Its Space Home

April 24, 2003

ISRO's latest multipurpose satellite, INSAT-3A, which was launched on April 10, 2003 from Kourou in French Guyana, has been successfully placed in its final geo-stationary orbital slot at 93.5 deg East longitude.

It may be recalled that, after the injection of the satellite into geo-stationary transfer orbit by Ariane launch vehicle, orbit-raising manoeuvres were carried out from ISRO's Master Control Facility (MCF), Hassan, by firing the 440 Newton Liquid Apogee Motor on board the satellite to place it in the geo-stationary orbit. At the end of these manoeuvres on April 14, 2003, the satellite was allowed to drift slowly towards its designated orbital slot. In this drift orbit, deployment of antennas and solar arrays was carried out on April 15, 2003. The solar sail on the north side of the satellite was deployed on April 16, 2003 and INSAT-3A put in three-axes stabilised mode. The meteorological instruments namely Charge Coupled Devise (CCD) Camera and Very High Resolution Radiometer were tested on April 17th and 18th respectively.

In the last five days, station acquisition manoeuvres were successfully conducted from MCF, Hassan, by firing the 10 Newton Reaction Control Thrusters on board to position INSAT-3A precisely at 93.5 deg East longitude. The satellite will be maintained in this location for the rest of its service life.

In the coming weeks, the payloads comprising 12 C-band transponders, six extended C-band transponders, and six Ku-band transponders and the mobile satellite service transponders will be tested before INSAT-3A is commissioned in to service.

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03-15-2010, 09:22 AM
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RE: Insat 3A (93.5E)
Insat 3A has arrived at 93.5 East.

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RE: Insat 3A (93.5E)
INSAT-3A Transponders Overbooked

Bangalore, April 20, 2003 - Private television broadcasters, VSAT operators, the Department of Telecom and Prasar Bharati have booked all transponders in INSAT-3A, India's latest multi-purpose satellite, which is expected to be fully operational by May 12.

"As far as the satellite (INSAT-3A) is concerned..the booking is full and is overbooked," Indian Space Research Organisation Chairman K Kasturirangan said.

INSAT-3A carries 12 C-band, six Extended C-band, six Ku band transponders, besides a Search and Navigation rescue transponder.

"Nine of the 12 C-band transponders have a larger coverage from West Asia to South East Asia and are intended for television coverage and will help TV broadcasters target people of Indian origin in these regions," ISRO Satellite Centre Director P S Goel said.

This initiative has attracted TV broadcasters who had earlier leased transponder space from satellites of foreign operators.

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03-15-2010, 09:22 AM
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RE: Insat 3A (93.5E)
Insat 3A on-air at 93.5 East.

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04-24-2010, 07:06 AM
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RE: Insat 3A (93.5E)
Insat 3A 93.5E Test carriers on PAL, 5.50 MHz.

3745V Test Card has started in PAL.

3825V Test Card has started in PAL.

3885V Test Card has started in PAL.

4065V Test Card has started in PAL.

4145V Test Card has started in PAL.

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05-05-2010, 08:40 PM
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Insat-3A To Be Operational From May-End

Bangalore: May 05, 2003 - Insat-3A will become operational by the end of May and provide services ranging from telecommunications, television broadcasting, weather forecasting to helping search and rescue operations with crucial information.

The multi-purpose satellite of the Indian Space Research Organisation is India's heaviest satellite.

Acknowledging a delay of fortnight in making the satellite operational, ISRO chairman K Kasturirangan told rediff.com in Bangalore on Monday that the launching of the Geo-synchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle, scheduled on May 8 from Sriharikota range, had held up the operational activities of Insat-3A.

The satellite was finally placed in the geo-stationary orbit by the Master Control Facility at Hassan in Karnataka during April third week.

The Department of Space, meanwhile, is carrying out price negotiations with various users of the satellite's 12 C-band, 6 extended C-band, and 6 Ku-band transponders.

"All the 24 transponders of Insat-3A are fully booked. At least four transponders will be used by private television channels, including Zee and NDTV, while the remaining will be used by private operators for the Conditional Access System (CAS) broadcasting, Doordarshan, VSAT operators, and telecom service providers," an ISRO official disclosed.

Once the satellite goes into the operational mode, India will have a total of 120 transponders in the Insat series, though the requirement continues to grow from various quarters, including distance education, tele-medicine, weather forecast, and rescue operations.

In addition, about 70 transponders of foreign satellites are in use by different end-users in the sub-continent for bridging the supply-demand gap.

According to ISRO estimates, India will be requiring about 250 transponders in the next couple of years to meet the increasing demand from various utility service providers, including financial and commodity markets at a later stage.

ISRO plans to meet the additional demand from the transponders of the Insat-4A and Insat-4B, to be launched by the Ariane-5 rocket of the European Space Agency between 2004 and 2006.

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05-06-2010, 04:13 PM
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RE: Insat 3A (93.5E)
Zee To Use 7 Transponders On Insat

NEW DELHI: 7 May, 2003 - The Subhash Chandra-promoted Zee Telefilms Ltd will use three C-band transponders and four KU-band transponders on Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro)'s Insat satellites for its proposed head-end in the sky, or HITS, project and direct-to-home television venture, respectively.

According to a senior Zee executive, the three transponders on Insat 3A, recently put into geo-stationary orbit, would be used for the HITS project, while negotiations are on for KU-band transponders for the DTH project that is slated to get off the ground later this year.

Isro at its headquarters in Bangalore had said on Sunday the organisation is finalising allocations of transponders on Insat-3A among private broadcasters.

"That we would beam the DTH service from Insat satellite is definite. The thing that is being finalised is on which Insat satellite would we be given the KU-band transponders. It can be also Insat 3A," the Zee executive said.

Though the Zee executive was not forthcoming on the issue whether the company has been directed by the Indian government to use Insat satellite, government sources did give indications on these lines.

"The government would always like private broadcasters, desirous of operating in India, give preference to Insat satellites for transponder usage," a senior government official told indiantelevision.com.

Meanwhile, Isro chairman K. Kasturirangan told presspersons on Sunday that the multipurpose Insat 3A satellite, launched on 10 April 10, would be declared operational by the end of May.

The transponders being hawked to private broadcasters include four in the Ku band for DTH purposes and three in the C band for HITS operators under the conditional access system.

Agreements are to be signed shortly for these, according to Isro joint secretary SK Das. India's pubcaster Doordarshan and the department of telecom have been its main customers until recently.

Isro hopes to wean away all or some of the 70 private broadcasting channels and users from foreign satellites with competitive pricing in the coming years.

Kasturirangan had said these channels would offer a potential business of $120 million. The Insat system's transponder capacity was being augmented and stood at 120 after the launch of Insat 3A. Allocations on 3A and the forthcoming satellite, 3E, around June-July should bring these users into Insat fold, Kasturirangan said.

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07-14-2010, 08:21 PM
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RE: Insat 3A (93.5E)
3747V Test Card has started on, DVB-S, MPEG-2, Fta, SR 18804, FEC 3/4, (ECC Beam)

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09-06-2010, 02:52 PM
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INSAT-3A Takes Over SAR Srvices From INSAT-2B

Bangalore, June 02, 2003 - India's latest multi-purpose communication satellite, INSAT-3A, has taken over the Satellite Aided Search and Rescue (SAR) services from INSAT-2B, which has outlived its design life.

INSAT-3A, launched on April 10 this year, is the only geostationary satellite at present, providing Geostationary Satelite Aided Search and Rescue services (GEOSAR) in this part of the globe, covering Europe to Australia in the Indian Ocean and the Australian regions, an Indian Space Research Organisation statement said today.

Two American satellites, GOES(W) and GOES(E), provide these services on the Western Hemisphere. "SAR service is provided under the international COSPAS-SARSAT system that provides location information of the distress signals, transmitted by beacons mounted on board ships, aircraft or those carried by individuals," it said.

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09-06-2010, 07:07 PM
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RE: Insat 3A (93.5E)
4120V DDK Kohima has started on, Fta, SR 4250 (ECC Beam)

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09-13-2010, 06:11 PM
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RE: Insat 3A (93.5E)
3888V Channel Guide India has started on, DVB-S, MPEG-2, Fta, SR 3500, FEC 3/4, (ECC Beam)

3896V Lashkara TV has started on, DVB-S, MPEG-2, Fta, SR 3500, FEC 3/4, (ECC Beam)

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10-12-2010, 05:48 PM
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RE: Insat 3A (93.5E)
3800V DD Jammu & Kashmir has started on, DVB-S, MPEG-2, Fta, SR 3950, FEC 3/4, (ECC Beam)

3960V DD Sahyadri has started on, DVB-S, MPEG-2, Fta, SR 5000, FEC 3/4, (ECC Beam)

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10-12-2010, 06:52 PM
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RE: Insat 3A (93.5E)
3985V Zee Telefilms mux has started on, DVB-S, MPEG-2, Conax, SR 27500, FEC 3/4, (ECC Beam)

4025V Zee Telefilms mux has started on, DVB-S, MPEG-2, Conax, SR 27500, FEC 3/4, (ECC Beam)

4065V Zee Telefilms mux has started on, DVB-S, MPEG-2, Conax, SR 27500, FEC 3/4, (ECC Beam)

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10-15-2010, 06:41 PM
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RE: Insat 3A (93.5E)
3732V DD Bangla has started on, DVB-S, MPEG-2, Fta, SR 6250, FEC 3/4, (ECC Beam)

3740V DD Punjabi has started on, DVB-S, MPEG-2, Fta, SR 6250, FEC 3/4, (ECC Beam)

3750V DD Girnar has started on, DVB-S, MPEG-2, Fta, SR 6250, FEC 3/4, (ECC Beam)

3758V DD Chandana has started on, DVB-S, MPEG-2, Fta, SR 6250, FEC 3/4, (ECC Beam)

3772V DD Oriya has started on, DVB-S, MPEG-2, Fta, SR 6250, FEC 3/4, (ECC Beam)

3780V DD Kashir has started on, DVB-S, MPEG-2, Fta, SR 6250, FEC 3/4, (ECC Beam)

3790V DD Sahyadri has started on, DVB-S, MPEG-2, Fta, SR 8600, FEC 3/4, (ECC Beam)

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10-15-2010, 06:51 PM
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RE: Insat 3A (93.5E)
3812V DD Malayalam has started on, DVB-S, MPEG-2, Fta, SR 6250, FEC 3/4, (ECC Beam)

3820V DD Saptagiri has started on, DVB-S, MPEG-2, Fta, SR 6250, FEC 3/4, (ECC Beam)

3831V DD Podhigai has started on, DVB-S, MPEG-2, Fta, SR 8600, FEC 3/4, (ECC Beam)

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10-16-2010, 07:40 AM
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RE: Insat 3A (93.5E)
3932V DD Shimla has started on, DVB-S, MPEG-2, Fta, SR 6250, FEC 3/4, (ECC Beam)

3940V DD Jaipur has started on, DVB-S, MPEG-2, Fta, SR 6250, FEC 3/4, (ECC Beam)

3950V DD Bhopal has started on, DVB-S, MPEG-2, Fta, SR 6250, FEC 3/4, (ECC Beam)

3958V DD Lucknow has started on, DVB-S, MPEG-2, Fta, SR 6250, FEC 3/4, (ECC Beam)

4092V DD Shillong has started on, DVB-S, MPEG-2, Fta, SR 6250, FEC 3/4, (ECC Beam)

4100V DD Aizawl has started on, DVB-S, MPEG-2, Fta, SR 6250, FEC 3/4, (ECC Beam)

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10-17-2010, 07:40 AM
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RE: Insat 3A (93.5E)
All channels have left 3985 V, 4025 V and 4065 V again.

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10-17-2010, 06:20 PM
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RE: Insat 3A (93.5E)
4110V DD Agartala has started on, DVB-S, MPEG-2, Fta, SR 4250, FEC 3/4, (ECC Beam)

4115V DD Itanagar has started on, DVB-S, MPEG-2, Fta, SR 4250, FEC 3/4, (ECC Beam)

4120V DD Kohima has started on, DVB-S, MPEG-2, Fta, SR 4250, FEC 3/4, (ECC Beam)

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10-21-2010, 03:12 PM
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RE: Insat 3A (93.5E)
3899V Gurjari TV has started on, DVB-S, MPEG-2, Fta, SR 3500, FEC 3/4, (ECC Beam)

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10-24-2010, 09:21 AM
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RE: Insat 3A (93.5E)
3822V Feeds has started on, DVB-S, MPEG-2, Fta, SR 3800, FEC 3/4, (ECC Beam)

3828V Feeds has started on, DVB-S, MPEG-2, Fta, SR 3800, FEC 3/4, (ECC Beam)

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10-30-2010, 10:41 AM
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RE: Insat 3A (93.5E)
3917V Ahimsaa TV has started on, DVB-S, MPEG-2, Fta, SR 3030, FEC 3/4, (ECC Beam)

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11-02-2010, 01:18 PM
Post: #47
RE: Insat 3A (93.5E)
3811V Feeds has started on, DVB-S, MPEG-2, Fta, SR 3800, FEC 3/4, (ECC Beam)

3835V Feeds has started on, DVB-S, MPEG-2, Fta, SR 3800, FEC 3/4, (ECC Beam)

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Indika Perera

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12-17-2010, 01:32 PM
Post: #48
RE: Insat 3A (93.5E)
3800V DD Urdu has started on, DVB-S, MPEG-2, Fta, SR 4250, FEC 3/4, (ECC Beam)

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Indika Perera

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01-16-2011, 10:49 AM
Post: #49
RE: Insat 3A (93.5E)
3816V Feeds has started on, DVB-S, MPEG-2, Fta, SR 3800, FEC 3/4, (ECC Beam)

Best Regards,
Indika Perera

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02-15-2011, 08:31 PM
Post: #50
RE: Insat 3A (93.5E)
3908V Feeds has started on, DVB-S, MPEG-2, Fta, SR 3333, FEC 3/4, (ECC Beam)

3909V Feeds has started on, DVB-S, MPEG-2, Fta, SR 2000, FEC 3/4, (India C Beam)

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