Antenna Network of 16.4m Earth Station , Computer Networking

(a) Std "A" 16.4 m C-BAND EARTH STATION (1996)

This is the main system of this station and provides connectivity to most of the countries through dedicated transponder channels. This Earth Station is aligned with INTELSAT IOR 60°-East satellite and can access IOR 62°C-East in case of contingency. There are total 4587 International voice circuits (37 Carriers,18 Countries, and 21 Operators) as on 31st December, 2009. 2 Mbps internet

 

downlink and occasionally supports NEPAL TV from this system. Technical Specification of 16.4 m Antenna Network

Frequency band  : C Band

Antenna Size      : 16.4 m

Polarization        : Circular

Carrier Size       : IDR (2 Mbps/ Carrier)

G/T                   : 36.5Deg/K

SSPA Size          : 400 Watt

 

 

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