AMOS-2 & AMOS-3

Satellite: AMOS-2, AMOS-3 Europe
Position: 4 degrees W
Coverage: North America, Middle East, Central and Eastern Europe

The AMOS satellite constellation offers a orbital “hot-spot” for the Middle East and Central and Eastern Europe. Amos satellites provides broadcasting and communications services to DTH operators, TV broadcasters, government organizations,and VSAT network operators.
Amos Satellites services also include a wide range of value-added services:

Platforms for DBS/DTH services Video, audio and data distribution
Broadband Internet via satellite GSM backhaul

AMOS platforms delivers superior G/T and EIRP over Central Eastern Europe and the Middle East.
The co-location of the AMOS-2 and AMOS-3 satellites also enables back-up capabilities over the Middle East, Europe, and the East Coast of the U.S.

Telestar 11

Position: 37.5 degrees West
Coverage: North & Central America, Europe & North Africa and Sub-Saharan Africa

Telstar 11N utilizes high powered Ku-band transponders to support a wide range of video and data applications in North America, Europe and Africa and across the Atlantic Ocean.

Arabsat

Satellite: Arabsat Badar 4, Badar 5, Badar 6
Position: 26 degrees East
Satellite: Arabsat 2B
Position: 20 degrees East
Satellite: Arabsat 5A
Position: 30.5 degrees East
Coverage: Middle East, Africa and Europe

Backed by 21 Arab countries, with 30 years of operational experience, Arabsat offers the Arab world and sub-Saharan Africa an unrivalled range of satellite communications services. Arabsat reaches 170m viewers in over 100 countries across the Middle East, Africa and Europe, broadcasting 340 TV channels and 160 radio stations.Arabsat offering a full spectrum of Broadcast, Telecom & Broadband services.

Intelsat 20

Position: 68.5 degrees East
Coverage: Europe, Asia (India), Middle East, Africa and North and South America

Intelsat 20 provides a full range of services in Ku and C-band for premium landmass coverage of Europe, Africa and the Middle East. Additionally, Intelsat provides coverage as far east as Asia (India) and as far west as South and North America.

Intelsat 20 in the Indian Ocean region is among the most valuable regional video neighborhoods, offering unmatched reach and connectivity for cable networks and DBS providers.

Sesat 2

Position: 53 degrees East
Coverage: From the Atlantic Ocean to Eastern Russia, including a large part of Siberia, Africa, the Middle East and Central Asia.

Provide a wide range of telecommunications services; broadcasting services to Africa, Eastern Europe the Middle East and North Africa.

Hot Bird

Position: 13 degrees East
Coverage: Europe, Middle East and North Africa

More than 1,100 channels are broadcast via the Hot Bird video neighborhood, which serves over 120 million homes, via cable and satellite, in Europe, the Middle East and North Africa.

AsiaSat 5

Position: 100.5 degrees East
Coverage: Asia, the Middle East, Eastern Europe, CIS and Australasia

AsiaSat-5 provides unprecedented regional power and coverage. The C-band beam reaches 53 countries and 138 million potential viewers in Asia, the Middle East, Eastern Europe, CIS and Australasia. AsiaSat-5 offers excellent interconnectivity between Asia, Australia and the Middle East, and is especially strong in sports, news and multicultural channels.

Sesat 1

Position: 16 degrees East
Coverage: From the Atlantic Ocean to Eastern Russia, including a large part of Siberia, Africa, the Middle East and Central Asia.

Provide a wide range of telecommunications services; broadcasting services to Africa, Eastern Europe the Middle East and North Africa.

EuroBird 9

Position: 9 degrees East
Coverage: Europe, North Africa and the Middle East.

Around 300 channels are broadcast by EB9, with nearly 40 in high definition. Adjacent to Eutelsat’s premium Hot Bird position, enable the reception of channels from both locations with off-the-shelf dual-feed domestic dishes.Optimized for DTH (Direct-to-Home) broadcasting.

Atlantic Bird 1

Position: 12.5 degrees West
Coverage: Europe, Middle East and North Africa.

W2A

Position: 10 degrees East
Coverage: Africa, India, parts of Asia and Latin America

W2A Ku-band Transponders cover a Wide beam footprint over Europe, North Africa, the Middle East, Southern Africa and the Indian Ocean islands. The Ku-band transponders enable connectivity between Africa and Europe. The C-band transponder provides a pan-African coverage, extending to India and parts of Asia, as well as Latin America.

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