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LIBYA SPORTS HD Frequency on EutelSat-21B @21.5E

LIBYA SPORTS HD Frequency on EutelSat-21B @21.5E

Eutelsat 21B, previously known as Eutelsat W6A, is a French communications satellite. Operated by Eutelsat, it provides direct to home broadcasting services from geostationary orbit at a longitude of 21.5 degrees east. It replaced the Eutelsat 21A spacecraft which was launched in 1999.

Eutelsat 21B was constructed by Thales Alenia Space, and is based on the Spacebus-4000C3 satellite bus. It had a mass at launch of 5,012 kilograms (11,050 lb) and is expected to operate for at least 15 years. The satellite carries 40 Ku-band transponders,[1] which are used to broadcast satellite television and radio to Europe, North Africa, Central Asia and the Middle East.[2]

Eutelsat 21B was originally ordered as Eutelsat W6A, as part of the W Series of satellites – the satellite it was to replace was at the time named Eutelsat W6. In 2012, several months before its scheduled launch, W6A was renamed Eutelsat 21B. Its launch was conducted by Arianespace using an Ariane 5ECA carrier rocket, as part of a dual launch with the Brazilian Star One C3 satellite.[3] The launch took place from ELA-3 at Kourou, French Guiana, at 21:05:07 UTC on 10 November 2012.[4] The spacecraft was deployed into geosynchronous transfer orbit, raising itself to its operational geostationary orbit by means of its S400 apogee motor.

LIBYA SPORTS HD Frequency on EutelSat-21B @21.5E

Satellite : EutelSat-21B @21.5E
Frequency : 11670 V 2918
System : MPEG4/HD/FTA Started
Update : 2021

Libya Sport TV 2 New Frequency 2021

Channel Name : Libya Sport TV 2
Satellite: Nilesat 201 at 7.0°W
Freq: 12303
Polarization: H
Symbol Rate: 27500
Fec: 5/6
Language: Arabic
Update: 2021

Nilesat 201 will enable the Egyptian satellite operator Nilesat to deliver digital Direct to Home (DTH) TV and radio broadcasting and high-speed data transmission services to North Africa and the Middle East starting in September 2010.[4] It was built by Thales Alenia Space in the Cannes Mandelieu Space Center, and is based on the Spacebus 4000B2 satellite bus. It will be operated in geosynchronous orbit, at a longitude of 7° West. The spacecraft has a design life of 15 years and a mass at launch of 3.2 tonnes. It is powered by solar arrays which will generate 5.9 kilowatts of electricity at the end of the spacecraft’s design life. It will carry 40 transponders, of which 24 will be Ku band for broadcasting, and 4 will be Ka band. Nilesat 201 was launched by an Ariane 5ECA rocket at 20:59 UTC on 4 August 2010.

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