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Std "B" 11 m C-BAND EARTH STATION (1982)

 

This Earth Station is oldest of all. NT started Satellite Communication for International as well as domestic V-Sat connectivity for rural communication, with this system. This is aligned with INTELSAT IOR 64°-East Satellite. Right now only three international carriers are operated on this system. Both the terminal and hub work on C-Band.

 

Technical Specification of 11 m Antenna Network

 

Frequency band       : C Band

Antenna Size           : 11 m

Polarization             : Circular

Carrier Size            : IDR (2 Mbps/ Carrier)

G/T                        : 34 Deg/K

SSPA Size               : 200 Watt

 

 

 

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