India’s Satellite Broadcast Band Supporting TV Services To 149 Million Households

The television & radio broadcasting band like C-band & Ku-band were the frequency band that was allocated for commercial use via satellites in India. Most of the million people’s in the India still used C-band & Ku-band. The lower frequencies used by C-Band perform better under adverse weather conditions than the Ku-band or Ka-band frequencies. In a submission to the…

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China’s Another Seven Beidou Satellites Will Be Launched By November

Another seven BeiDou satellites are scheduled to be launched by November, said an official from the China Satellite Navigation Office. The BeiDou satellite constellation has entered a key period. With this latest batch, China will have launched a total of 19 satellites for its BeiDou Navigation Satellite System (BDS), which can provide basic services globally, Ran Chengqi, director the China…

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Newly Launched British Satellites Track Illegal Logging And Shipping

Two new British satellites have been successfully launched into low earth orbit to demonstrate the latest technology for monitoring both land and sea. On board the same rocket, the NovaSAR-1 radar satellite and the S1-4 high-definition optical satellite, both developed and manufactured by a firm based in Surrey, blasted off from a space centre in India. Backed by a £21m…

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ISRO Has Chosen Arianespace To Launch Its GSAT-31 And GSAT-30

The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) has chosen Arianespace to launch its GSAT-31 and GSAT-30 telecommunications satellites. The two satellites are to be launched on separate Ariane 5s from the Guiana Space Center, Europe’s Spaceport in Kourou, French Guiana from end 2018 onwards, starting with GSAT-31. Both satellites will be designed, assembled and integrated by ISRO. They are planned as…

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28 Years Old Odisha Man Builds Private Satellite

0 cm cube-sized communication satellite will be launched into space by a U.S.-based firm in Nov. Gurudatta Panda, a 28-year-old from Odisha’s Berhampur, is part of a small team of technocrats that built a satellite for a private satellite design, manufacturing and management company. The eight-member team, including Mr. Panda, from Hyderabad-based Exseed Space Private Limited has constructed 10 cm…

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Satellite Dish Antenna

Satellite Dish Antenna

A satellite dish is a type of antenna that receives or transmits electromagnetic signals to and from another location typically a satellite. A satellite dish is a type of microwave antenna. Satellite dishes come in varying sizes and designs, and are commonly used to receive satellite television. Many of the offset type of satellite dishes are sections of a larger…

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India’s Heaviest Satellite Will Be Launched Soon To Mark A New Beginning Of Communication Chapter

India’s Heaviest Satellite

The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) is all set to launch its heaviest satellite, the Gsat-11 weighing over 5.7 tonnes (5,700 kg) from the European spaceport in Guiana on November 30.  The communication satellite, once placed into its orbit, will help increase internet speed. ISRO chairman K Sivan told that Arianespace has agreed to launch the satellite this year itself.…

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Asia’s Satellite Operators Fear For C-Band’s 5G Using

Satellite Operators

U.S. telecom regulators approved to allow 5G signals in the same spectrum currently used for satellite television broadcasts. The unanimous vote by Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai and the agency’s three commissioners lays the groundwork for the transition of some, or possibly all of the 500 megahertz of spectrum commonly known as C-band. Exactly how much spectrum will be…

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SES-12 Craft Was Successfully Launched

SES-12

Satellite operator SES has confirmed that its SES-12 craft was successfully launched onboard a ‘flight-proven’ SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket from Cape Canaveral in Florida, US. SES-12, which is uniquely designed with state-of-the-art wide beams and high throughput beams, will join SES-8 at 95 degrees East to meet the diverse needs of video, fixed data, mobility and government customers across Asia-Pacific…

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