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A SPORTS HD Latest Frequency On PakSat-1R @38°E

A SPORTS HD Latest Frequency On PakSat-1R @38°E

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A Sports On  Test PakSat-1R @38°E. real Set On Asiasat 7 at 105 East Here All ARY Channel Lest

 

PositionSatelliteFrequency
38.0°EPaksat 1R4131 V

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CountryPakistan
Broadcast areaSouth Asia
NetworkARY Digital Network
HeadquartersKarachi & Lahore
Programming
Language(s)Urdu
English
Picture format1080p (16:9, HDTV, MPEG 4)
Ownership
OwnerARY Group
Sister channelsARY Digital
ARY News
ARY Musik
ARY Qtv
History
Launched16 October 2021; 3 months ago
ReplacedHBO Pakistan
Links
Websitea-sports.tv
Availability
Satellite
Paksat-1R (38°E)4132 V 4167
IPTV
PTCL Smart TV (Pakistan)Channel 79
Channel NameA SPORTS HD
SatellitePakSat-1R @38°E
Frequency4130
PolarityV
Saymbol Rate4200
VideoMPEG4/SD

Paksat-1 was originally known as Palapa-C1. It was launched by Hughes Space and Communications Company for Indonesia. Later Indonesia declared the satellite unusable after an electric power anomaly. The insurance claims were paid and the title was transferred to Hughes Space and Communications Company,[3] and renamed HGS-3, and was then acquired by Pakistan from Hughes Global Services on “Full Time Leasing” and relocated to Pakistan’s reserved orbital position at 38° East. Paksat-1 was originally known as Palapa-C1. It was launched by Hughes Space and Communications Company for Indonesia. Later Indonesia declared the satellite unusable after an electric power anomaly. The insurance claims were paid and the title was transferred to Hughes Space and Communications Company,[3] and renamed HGS-3, and was then acquired by Pakistan from Hughes Global Services on “Full Time Leasing” and relocated to Pakistan’s reserved orbital position at 38° East.

 

Paksat-1 satellite
NamesPalapa-C1
HGS-3
Anatolia-1
Mission typeCommunications
OperatorSATELINDO (1996-1998)
Insurers (1998-1999)
Hughes Space and Communications (1999-2011) and leased to:
Kalitel (2000-2002)
SUPARCO (2002-2011)
COSPAR ID1996-006A
SATCAT no.23779
Websitehttps://indosatooredoo.com/
Mission duration15 years (planned)
15 years (achieved)
Spacecraft properties
SpacecraftPaksat-1
Spacecraft typeBoeing 601
BusHS-601
ManufacturerHughes Space and Communications Company
Launch mass3,000 kg (6,600 lb)
Dry mass1,740 kg (3,840 lb)
DimensionsSpan: 21 m (69 ft)
Power3730 watts
Start of mission
Launch date1 February 1996, 01:15:01 UTC
RocketAtlas IIAS (AC-126)
Launch siteCape Canaveral, LC-36B
ContractorLockheed Martin
Entered service20 December 2002
End of mission
DisposalGraveyard orbit
Deactivated2011
Orbital parameters
Reference systemGeocentric orbit[1]
RegimeGeostationary orbit
Longitude113° East (1996-1998)
38° East (2002-2016)
Transponders
Band34 transponders:
30 C-band
4 Ku-band
Bandwidth36 MHz (C-band),
72 MHz (Ku-band)
Coverage areaPakistan, Europe, Africa, Middle East, South Asia, Central Asia
Paksat constellation
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