DSport New Frequency 2021 on Apstar 7 at 76.5°E
Apstar-7 is a Chinese communications satellite which is operated by APT Satellite as part of the Apstar system. It was launched in 2012 as a replacement for the Apstar 2R satellite launched in 1997.
Apstar-7 was constructed by Thales Alenia Space, and is based on the Spacebus-4000C2 satellite bus. The satellite had a mass at launch of 5,054 kilograms (11,142 lb), and is expected to operate for at least 15 years. It is positioned in geostationary orbit at a longitude of 76.5 degrees East, and carries 56 transponders with an operating power of 8.4 kilowatts; 28 operating in the C band and providing services to Asia, Africa, eastern and central Europe and Australia and the other 28 operating in the Ku band, covering Africa, the Middle East, the People’s Republic of China, and Taiwan. The satellite’s solar arrays generate 11.4 kilowatts of power.
|Channel Name :||DSport|
|Satellite :||Apstar 7 at 76.5°E|
|Symbol Rate :||30000|
DSport started on AzerSpace 2/Intelsat 38: 11635 V
DSport left AzerSpace 2/Intelsat 38: 11515 V