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Television Signa We all love our TV sets, and frankly speaking, we can say that the human race would not have been the same it were not for television. Every day we turn on our televisions and get our daily dose of information, entertainment and a bit of lazy time wasting. I don't think that anyone who loves in this modern world can live without having to watch the television every now and then; in fact, I think we can honestly say that we are quite reliant to it. The television however, is quite useless if and when you do not have the right television signals and this is why you need to make sure that you get the best antenna that best suits the needs of your area. The needs for crisp and clear signals are very important, without it, your TV will be essentially like any other inanimate furniture. You will basically end up not having used your television. In many areas of the country, you need special antennas so that you will be able to get the right signals, you may have the best and the most modern televisions out there, but though it may be a full High definition television, you will end up looking at a blank screen without getting

a good signal. For this reason, you need to start looking for a good installation expert which can properly accommodate the needs in your area. A lot of a television's broadcast signals can be easily affected by the areas terrain and this is why an experience in working with antennas and installing them in an assigned location is very important. In a certain location, things found in your environment can cause various hindrances in getting a good signal, trees, signboards and other buildings can block broad cast signals and it can hinder you from getting good picture quality while you watch your television. For this reason, some installations actually require difficult and complex methods and if you are not experienced in climbing and constantly adjusting your antenna, this may pose as a risk for you. If the area that you are situated in is just not good enough for any antenna connection or any type of antenna installment, you might want to opt for other ways that can help you get the television signals.

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Satellite TV deals For many years, Satellite TV has been a single package. Buy, install the dish, get your channels — end of story. Now the lines are blurring. Google, Apple, mobile providers, and other major players have started offering their own channel services. Other tech companies and start-ups will follow. Satellite providers are already starting to play ball with these dangerous newcomers, offering Internet capabilities on both their hardware and software. In the future, this trend is destined to become commonplace. Satellite providers will branch out and start bundling their goods with other hot tech items. In the future, you may buy a shiny new TV and

find you also have a discounted pass for Satellite TV deals. The same may be true of your future computer or sound systems or game consoles. Internet services are also up for satellite combinations, whatever providers can do to stay in business. The rise of Internet Services has made it ever easier to offer some of these services to customers. Watch out for Satellite TV deals that bring you all sorts of extra goodies — free. Internet guides and subscriptions to TV services are easy to develop and deliver. Deals with major networks will grant you access to free apps for all your shows or favorite live events.

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Inside View For many of us, the TV is our closest companion in the house. But whenever we get a bad reception from its antenna, there is no need to call anyone to fix this problem. Solving a bad TV reception through its antenna is very easy to do. You can solve your TV's reception problems via its antenna by first checking the TV reception, followed by transferring the TV set to a different floor. You can then check the connection of the antenna to the TV, attach an amplifier, and then check the weather. If the problem with your TV set is a grainy picture along with or without an acoustic feedback, you can try to solve this problem by simply changing the position of the TV antenna from its current one. You can move the antenna ears to the opposite direction. If there is a window in the room, you can also first try to direct the position of the antennas toward the window area, where

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the best signals are usually provided. Bringing the TV set together with its accompanying antenna is also another way to get a much clearer picture. This is particularly useful when your TV set provides more than just a grainy picture, such as being snowy. If you have your TV set in the basement, bring this to the floor higher above it and see if that solves the problem. Oftentimes, the best antenna signals are available at the highest floor in the house, and thus the best TV reception, too. So, transfer you TV from its current floor to the one above it. It is possible that after you have moved and relocated the TV and the antenna, you will now get no picture at all. This is most likely

just because the connection between the antenna and the TV was loosened or dislodged. All you need to do is check this connection from the back of the TV and the cable that connects to the antenna, and then ensure that they are tightly fitted together. An amplifier is an accessory that will greatly enhance the quality of the picture of your TV by strengthening the TV reception to make it clear and stable. So if the current TV is producing an unclear and unstable reception, use an amplifier. You can find this in most electronic shops. And you can also easily attach this to your TV's antenna.

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UHF and VHF TV Aerials

- Know the Difference

There are obviously a lot of TV aerial types that you can find these days. Sometimes it's hard for you to choose, or which style to use for your set. To narrow down your choice, you can check out the two categories of television aerials or antennas available in the market. Knowing the difference between them gives clearer understanding which one to go for. UHF aerials or the Ultra High Frequency and is known to have better advantages than the VHF ones. UHF aerials are characterized by shorter elements. But having a UHF TV aerial installation at home can help you stay away from too much interference because of a much wider frequency band. No wonder why many radio stations are even using UHF signals for broadcasting. They are able to get better signal if they use UHF channels. When it comes to the cost, UHF aerials are not that expensive. You might only be buying some expensive parts

for a better ultra high frequency aerial installation. However, the amount of money that you will be spending is nothing as to compare with the kind of TV reception that you will be getting with UHF. VHF television aerials on the other hand have much longer parts and components. Since it is normally working on lower frequency, it normally requires longer wavelength to function. The most evident about very high frequency aerials is that it is bigger than the UHF ones but they are less expensive. Normally, many households would go for the cheaper one, which is VHF aerial. As what TV aerial installation professionals suggest, you still need to base your choice to the kind of frequency that your TV set or equipment is receiving. There's no specific aerial that works for everything. In most cases, using UHF can give you up to 38 channels VHF aerials can give up to 12 channels. That differs according to the frequency they are using. Clearly, there will be a number of instances that a VHF aerial will give you more benefits than UHF. There would also be an instance that UHF aerials are your logical and most practical solution. Make sure to get the right TV aerial for yourself today. That's the only way that you can have the best TV reception to watch at home.

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While Installing A Motorised Satellite Dish

It has been some time since satellite TV became a common part of life. In fact, for today's generation watching the same channel or same set of local channels is non-existent. We are all accustomed to watching channels from all over the world and belonging to different categories, be it politics, current affairs, sports, music or movies, all thanks to the invention and installation of satellite television. We don't give it a second thought today when we switch from one channel to another watching a program from the United States or another from United Arab Emirates. Still, this wouldn't have been possible without motorised satellite dish antenna. So what makes motorised satellite dish special? Well, for one, it saves you the effort of turning the dish antenna to a different direction each time you change your channel. Still not getting the point? Perhaps a small peak into the history of satellite dish would help you understand. When satellite dish first made its appearance, it was designed to be installed in one particular direction through which a viewer would receive signals for a particular set of channels; often, the channels of one's own city or country. Suppose you want to watch a final match of tennis that is telecast through a channel that you don't receive currently. You go out and turn the dish pointing to another direction to receive another set of channels, one of which is telecasting the match you want to watch. Your wish is fulfilled; still, it took some effort and time, isn't it? A motorised satellite dish, on the other hand, let's you watch any channel you want by automatically turning to a particular direction each time you switch the channel. In other words, it lets you stay in front of your television and enjoy your match

without losing time. For motorised satellite dish right positioning is crucial. If you install it in a place that has many trees and posts it is possible that the transmission you get is disturbed. And since you are not there each time to check whether there is any obstacle or not, you are prone to receive a frequently interrupted transmission. Hence, while installing the motorised satellite dish, make sure you've found a place where trees and mountains are not blocking the transmission.

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Inside View With the kind of statistic that shows the majority (a staggering 99%) of American households owning at least one television in the home, if you think the percentage of

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An estimated 25% of households in America have satellite dish installations as their television service of choice, but the number has grown over the last few years

Satellite TV for Business Use in Rural Areas those subscribed to a television service provider would be high as well you would be right. Over 90% of American households with a television set either subscribe to a cable or satellite TV service. In almost two decades, the number of subscriptions to a TV service has rapidly increased thanks in part to the rise of popular satellite television services and the near complete saturation of HDTVs in the market as the industry movies toward bigger and better television technology. Now, more than ever, the use of satellite TV for business is a viable option for many businesses out of reach for cable. While an estimated 60% of households have cable television installations, one of the main issues of cable service is their reach. The majority of cable subscribers are located in metropolitan areas where any home or business can choose cable or satellite service. What cable lacks is the ability to go beyond the suburbs and into small rural areas, or smaller markets, where access to both television and internet services are severely limited. Some of these rural towns would be fortunate to have a single cable provider available to them; however, many are relegated to dial-up internet and public broadcasts for news and entertainment.

as not only more residential homes are choosing satellite over cable, but commercial businesses have taken to satellite for their public and private viewing programming. This is especially the case for businesses in rural areas across the country that cable services do not reach. With a basic affordable commercial programming package, a bar or restaurant far from the suburbs can still be able to enhance their business for their patrons. The lack of cable in rural America also means the lack of high-definition quality programming. HD televisions have been popular in the mainstream market for years and over 50% of American households have at least one HDTV. Cable and satellite TV service providers are the only sure ways to receive a variety of HD programming but with the limited infrastructure of cable away from the suburbs, the only viable option for people in these rural areas is to opt for satellite service.

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PURCHASING GUIDE to Satellite TV

Satellite TV is a very complicated system, and it is fairly obvious because the state of art technology is built in a digital age. However you may always rely on information that can make your satellite viewing experience slightly easier to grasp particularly when you are attempting to have your own customized set-up. Let us dig into some of the fundamentals as you pull into the store en route to having your own satellite TV system.

When heading off to your local store, keep in mind that you are going to go along with an entire system. So with that in mind, listed below are the three key units for your very own satellite system. You have to get a satellite receiver which connects to your TV set, your very own handy remote control, and last but not the least a satellite dish that can boost your reception. And one thing more, yea you need to get a subscription from your local provider who can provide you access to the needed signal for your own viewing experience. You can have a go at either a standard set-

up or a cranked up high definition system. In programming your standard satellite usually requires a spherical satellite dish measuring about 18 inches. On the other hand you can go high definition by procuring an oval-shaped dish having a dimension of 18Ă—20 inches. Nonetheless if you don't want to have a fuss with your system, the dish comes as part of your subscription package. A must in order to receive good signal is that the dish should be to be oriented in a clear exposure by the southern direction and ensure there are no man-made structures hindering its reception. Trees are also a no-no. Since the digital age is upon your time of wanting to have your very personal satellite system, assure that the broadcasting experience you are going to have is something to look forward to. Gone are the days of the blurring and fuzzy output on your TV screen. The present domain for a satellite system is in MPEG2. so either you have crystal clear signal or nothing at all. Nature can play with your signal in some cases such as strong winds and rain and when lightning comes bragging around. Nonetheless these problems occur less often.

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Optical Fibre Cable Uses and Applications

Network Carrier. Nationwide networks that has common network carrier. This may include trunk lines for different offices. 2. Ease of Use. Optical fibre cable improve ease of use. These types of cables are small and flexible that can be installed in different settings. Due to the fact that these cables Optical fibre cable is very common on both commercial and home use. Fibre optic cabling is a medium used to transmit data with the use of light. The type of light used is either diodes or infra-red. These infrared lights are used in advanced industrial applications in fields like telecommunication and computer network. Optical cabling is faster and more accurate way of sending data from one point to another. This fibre cables are used by more and more companies in sending data as compared to traditional metal cables for new installations. Multi-core fibre cabling contain more than thousands of separate cores that allows thousand separate lines of communication to transfer in whatever form necessary. These optical fibre cabling installations is the evolution of communication in the future. With the transfer of data in a faster, cleaner and with less interference, optical fibre cable is no doubt the top choice of different companies in transmitting voice, data, and videos. Here are some of the applications of fibre optics in communications: Common

effective form of data transmission, use fibre optics. It is the future of communication and networking.

reduced interference, these can also useful in electrical and radio purposes. 3. Centralized and Flexible. Fibre optics is centralized and flexible. This is to facilitate the light signals that transmit from the end of the cable to another. The data transmission uses the light; it is definitely faster than any other types or means of communication. 4. Capable of Transmitting Large Amount of Information. Optical cables can carry large amounts of data. In terms of band width it's very much higher than any other cable. These are greatly used for computer set-up to effectively transfer data and information. 5. Less data loss. Since optical fibres use light when transmitting information, it can travel faster than electric currents. Also, since data is transmitted in the form of light pulses, no external currents can disrupt the transmission. 6. Not Expensive. Fibre optic cabling will not cost much and easy to install. These are the main points about optical fibre and its application. If you want a more

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HDTV Antenna

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So what is this all about? First, let me cover some of the basics. An analog signal is one that has been used with the early television reception needs. It is a more consistent signal that delivers beautiful resolution and it's out there on the airwaves waiting for you to discover it. Never want to turn on the television to see only static again? Then discover the wonderful world of the HDTV antenna. There are basically two options to consider before purchasing new HDTV antennas. The first is reception. Reception certainly is the most important criterion. There are really two things that you should be aware of when determining reception. The first factor is the distance from the installation point to the TV tower and the second factor are obstacles that block that distance such as buildings or mountains. Deciding whether you want indoor or outdoor HDTV antenna equipment is very simple. An outside device will usually

result in more viewing choices than an inside one, however, if you live within 40 miles from a TV tower, then an indoor unit will work fine. The benefit of using a much smaller inside device is the convenience of setting it up directly on or in close proximity to the television set. There are antennas that work best from 40 to 60 miles and then from 60 to 150 miles from the TV tower. It is really important to find the distance from your home to the TV tower before you purchase an antenna. Many people are upgrading or now own the new LCD or plasma HDTVs. This provides in-home family entertainment which is much more cost-effective than taking the entire family to a theatre. Given the economy, this can be a very good choice. As you have probably already seen, HDTV makes everything on your television screen appear more true to life, easier to see and colors appear much more vibrant. Instead of adding HDTV access to your cable or satellite package, consider the installation of an HDTV antenna setup to receive the HDTV signals. Cable and satellite packages charge monthly fees for this service. If you choose to add an HDTV antenna instead, you will find that the quality is better and the cost is significantly lower. Many HDTV antennas are very easy to install and even arrive already assembled.

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AboutIkusi Ikusi is a multinational company, which supplies integrated solutions in the field of Electronics and Information and Communication Technologies. The Ikusi brand was created in 1967, although the company's origins date back to 1949, the year in which its founder テ]gel Iglesias began his business activity, which would lead to Ikusi's current situation. It now has a team composed of 900 highly qualified professionals, as well as customers in over 80 countries. In 2010 Ikusi was incorporated to Velatia, an industrial group with extensive experience in the electrical goods sector, which in recent years has begun a process of diversification towards sectors such as telecommunications, computing or security. Velatia has more than 3,000 employees and is present in 18 countries.

Ikusi solutions, now available in Morocco The 13th Edition of the Marocotel Trade Fair will be held in Casablanca from 12 to 15 March. Ikusi's professional TV solutions for the hospitality sector will also be present at the Trade Fair. The company Disco phone will be displaying Ikusi's proposals to the Hotel Sector in Morocco, which is currently seeing the changeover from analogue to digital television, a field in which Ikusi has extensive and proven experience. Ikusi will be offering a solid range of solutions that have more than proven their effectiveness in many other markets in which digital television is already a reality. T h e H i g h l y C i r c u l a t e d S a t e l l i t e M a g a z i n e

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How to Enjoy Free TV Channels Through an

SW-21 Switch

A lot of people have already discovered free TV viewing through installing satellite systems in their homes. However, as it is in man's nature to want something more than what they already have, it is expected for some of those already enjoying satellite TV to do something to enhance their TV viewing. If you are one of these and you wish to add on another satellite antenna to your system, then you will also need a sw21 switch. This device is very important if you have more than one satellite dish because it is what helps in making your reception clearer. It is what combines the feeds from both your satellite antennas before sending it to your free to air or FTA receiver. With this combiner equipment, you will be able to get the best quality reception from multiple locations of satellites. The combiner is placed between the LNB ports of your satellite dishes and your FTA receiver with the use of coaxial cables. So, all you need to be able to set up and have the sw-21 switch working are three lengths of coaxial cables plus your satellite dishes and your receiver. The first two coaxial cables will be attached between your

satellite antenna's LNB ports and the "to dish" jacks of the switch. The other one will run from the "receiver" jack of your switch right into the "satellite in" jack of you FTA receiver. If you are still not confident about how all these work together, you can also ask the person you bought your switch from. If you also purchased it online, your seller will most probably have a 24-hour customer service number that you can call so all your concerns can be given answer. You could also do some research online to see if what you are doing is right. There are many reliable sources on the Internet when it comes to setting up satellite systems, including adding on a combiner. Once you have everything in place, you can start enjoying free TV viewing with the best reception you can get from different satellite locations. This means not only getting almost 300 free to air channels, but also getting them with a clearer and highdefinition quality with the help of your sw21 switch. This will perfectly complement your home theatre system and will complete your total TV viewing pleasure.

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ATSC Standard A/72 was approved in 2008 and introduces H.264/AVC video coding to the ATSC system. ATSC supports 5.1-channel surround sound using the Dolby Digital AC-3 format. Numerous auxiliary datacasting services can also be provided. Many aspects of ATSC are patented,

Advanced Television Systems Committee standards ATSC standards are a set of standards developed by the Advanced Television Systems Committee for digital television transmission over terrestrial, cable, and satellite networks. The ATSC standards were developed in the early 1990s by the Grand Alliance, a consortium of electronics and telecommunications companies that assembled to develop a specification for what is now known as HDTV. ATSC formats also include standard-definition formats, although initially only HDTV services were launched in the digital format. The high definition television standards defined by the ATSC produce wide screen 16:9 images up to 1920×1080 pixels in size — more than six times the display resolution of the earlier standard. However, many different image sizes are also supported. The reduced bandwidth requirements of lower-resolution images allow up to six standard-definition "subchannels" to be broadcast on a single 6 MHz TV channel. ATSC standards are marked A/x (x is the standard number) and can be downloaded freely from the ATSC's website at ATSC.org. ATSC Standard A/53, which implemented the system developed by the Grand Alliance, was published in 1995; the standard was adopted by the Federal Communications Commission in the United States in 1996. It was revised in 2009.

including elements of the MPEG video coding, the AC-3 audio coding, and the 8VSB modulation. The cost of patent licensing, estimated at up to 50 US$ per digital TV receiver, has prompted complaints by manufacturers. As with other systems, ATSC depends on numerous interwoven standards, e.g. the EIA-708 standard for digital closed captioning, leading to variations in implementation. The ATSC system supports a number of different display resolutions, aspect ratios, and frame rates. The formats are listed here by resolution, form of scanning (progressive or interlaced), and number of frames (or fields) per second. For transport, ATSC uses the MPEG systems specification, known as an MPEG transport stream, to encapsulate data, subject to certain constraints. ATSC uses 188-byte MPEG transport stream packets to carry data. Before decoding of audio and video takes place, the receiver must demodulate and apply error correction to the signal. Then, the transport stream may be demultiplexed into its constituent streams.

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Inside View In this day and age when people need to have the best of everything, it is understandable that you would also be looking for the finest HD satellite receiver. With more and more free-to-air channels made available every day, it is just essential that you get a superior receiver device to complete your own home satellite system. However, how will you know that you are getting the most unsurpassed receiver there is in the market? There is one way to do this and that is to look into its features. Here are several of the most essential aspects you should be looking for in a highdefinition satellite receiver: Your device should have an HDMI of 1920x1080 or 1080P video resolution. It should have an input frequency of 950 - 2150 Mhz. Its decoder should come with a Dolby surround sound with a digitalized coaxial output. Its symbol rate should be 4~45mbps wide. It should automatically convert PAL to NTSC. It should have a built-in PVR functionality for recording programs during airing. It should come with favorite, digital TV and digital radio operation modes. It should have a high performing EPG. It should be installed with an ALI 3601 chipset for optimum performance. Your HD satellite receiver should also have ultraspeedy blind scan for easier setting up of your satellite system. Its software should be in the latest version and its circuitry should be super enhanced so you will be able to get reception from even the weakest of unencrypted transmissions. It should be able to support DiSEqC 1.0 or 1.2. It should be MCPC/SCPC receivable from C/KU satellite band and should have 0/22Khz tone. It should have several aspect ratio choices including automatic, 4:3 Pan and Scan, 16:9 Pillar Box and 4:3 Letter Box. Although these features might all seem too much at a glance right here, you will grasp their importance more when you are already in the process of choosing your own HD free-to-air receiver. By having all these components in mind, you will be able to make the smartest and most informed decision on what device to buy for your home satellite system. If you really want to make sure though, you can make a sort of shopping list before you go off to buy yourself an HD receiver. Jot down all the features mentioned above on a

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piece of paper and have it with you, whether you are looking for this device online or in a brick-and-mortar store.

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M.E & Europe

Remarks

Dish Size Pak

Intelsat 17 (66.0 E)

Channel Name

Freq.

Polarity

S.R.

FEC LNB Band

E.Asia

Mod

Dish Size Pak

Sakhi TV tests

3968

V

8800

3/4

C

DVB

6ft

6ft

6ft

MPEG4 FTA

TLC HD World

3984

H

14400

2/3

C

HD

6ft

6ft

6ft

HD Encrypt

APL HD World

3984

H

14400

2/3

C

HD

6ft

6ft

6ft

HD Encrypt

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Intelsat 902 (62.0 E)

FEC LNB Band

E.Asia

Mod

Dish Size Pak

M.E & Europe

Remarks

Freq.

Polarity

S.R.

Yazd TV

10978

V

1600

3/4

Ku

DVB

6ft

6ft

6ft

Digital FTA

Kerman TV

10982

V

4800

3/4

Ku

DVB

6ft

6ft

6ft

Digital FTA

Khalij-e-Farsi TV

10982

V

4800

3/4

Ku

DVB

6ft

6ft

6ft

Digital FTA

Hamoon TV

10982

V

4800

3/4

Ku

DVB

6ft

6ft

6ft

Digital FTA

Gharbi TV

10987

V

1600

3/4

Ku

DVB

6ft

6ft

6ft

Digital FTA

Khorasan Razavi

11003

V

4800

3/4

Ku

DVB

6ft

6ft

6ft

Digital FTA

Khorasan Shom.

11003

V

4800

3/4

Ku

DVB

6ft

6ft

6ft

Digital FTA

Korasan Jonobi

11003

V

4800

3/4

Ku

DVB

6ft

6ft

6ft

Digital FTA

Kermanshah TV

11015

V

4800

3/4

Ku

DVB

6ft

6ft

6ft

Digital FTA

Kordestan TV

11015

V

4800

3/4

Ku

DVB

6ft

6ft

6ft

Digital FTA

Ilam TV

11015

V

4800

3/4

Ku

DVB

6ft

6ft

6ft

Digital FTA

Jahanbin TV

11018

V

1600

3/4

Ku

DVB

6ft

6ft

6ft

Digital FTA

Zanjan TV

11024

V

1600

3/4

Ku

DVB

6ft

6ft

6ft

Digital FTA

IRIB TV

11555

V

30000

2/3

Ku

DVB

6ft

6ft

6ft

MPEG4 FTA

Channel Name

Yamal 402 (54.9 E)

FEC LNB Band

E.Asia

Mod

Dish Size Pak

M.E & Europe

Remarks

Channel Name

Freq.

Polarity

S.R.

Boxing TV

10976

H

27500

2/3

Ku

DVB

NIL

NIL

6ft

Digital FTA

Bicars

10976

H

27500

2/3

Ku

DVB

NIL

NIL

6ft

Digital FTA

UCBIN

10976

H

27500

2/3

Ku

DVB

NIL

NIL

6ft

Digital FTA

SWT

10976

H

27500

2/3

Ku

DVB

NIL

NIL

6ft

Digital FTA

Ekurhuleni

10976

H

27500

2/3

Ku

DVB

NIL

NIL

6ft

Digital FTA

Racing Int'l

10976

H

27500

2/3

Ku

DVB

NIL

NIL

6ft

DREcypt

Tellytrack Int'l

10976

H

27500

2/3

Ku

DVB

NIL

NIL

6ft

Cryptoguard

Andy TV

10976

H

27500

2/3

Ku

DVB

NIL

NIL

6ft

Cryptoguard

Express-AM22 (53.0 E)

FEC LNB Band

M.E & Europe

Remarks

6ft

6-8ft

Digital FTA

NIL

6ft

6-8ft

Digital FTA

NIL

6ft

6-8ft

Digital FTA

E.Asia

Channel Name

Freq.

Polarity

S.R.

Mod

Negaah TV

11194

H

2170

3/4

Ku

DVB

NIL

BRG

12505

V

2200

3/4

Ku

DVB

Alalam News

12553

H

3100

3/4

Ku

DVB

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Yahsat 1A (52.5 E)

FEC LNB Band

M.E & Europe

Remarks

6ft

6-8ft

Digital FTA

NIL

6ft

6-8ft

HD FTA

DVB

NIL

6ft

6-8ft

Digital FTA

DVB

NIL

6ft

6-8ft

Digital FTA

M.E & Europe

Remarks

E.Asia

Channel Name

Freq.

Polarity

S.R.

Mod

GEM Bollywood

11881

V

27500

5/6

Ku

DVB

NIL

GEM Bollywood

12034

V

27500

8/9

Ku

HD

Didar TV

12073

V

27500

7/8

Ku

Pars TV

12073

V

27500

7/8

Ku

Dish Size Pak

AzerSpace 1 / Africasat-1A (46.0 E)

FEC LNB Band

E.Asia

Mod

Dish Size Pak

Channel Name

Freq.

Polarity

S.R.

B端t旦v Az TV

11071

H

2200

5/6

Ku

DVB

NIL

6ft

6ft

Digital FTA

Obieqtivi TV

11174

V

28800

5/6

Ku

DVB

NIL

6ft

6ft

MPEG4 FTA

Meore TV

11174

V

28800

5/6

Ku

DVB

NIL

6ft

6ft

MPEG4 FTA

Vip TV HD

11174

V

28800

5/6

Ku

HD

NIL

6ft

6ft

HD FTA

Comedy TV

11174

V

28800

5/6

Ku

DVB

NIL

6ft

6ft

MPEG4 FTA

Trialeti TV

11174

V

28800

5/6

Ku

DVB

NIL

6ft

6ft

MPEG4 FTA

TV 3 Georgia

11174

V

28800

5/6

Ku

DVB

NIL

6ft

6ft

MPEG4 FTA

GDS

11174

V

28800

5/6

Ku

DVB

NIL

6ft

6ft

MPEG4 FTA

Quality Ch. HD

11174

V

28800

5/6

Ku

DVB

NIL

6ft

6ft

HD FTA

Turksat 2A/3A (42 E)

FEC LNB Band

E.Asia

Mod

Dish Size Pak

M.E & Europe

Remarks

Channel Name

Freq.

Polarity

S.R.

MCJ Shopping

11096

V

30000

5/6

Ku

DVB

NIL

NIL

6ft

Digital FTA

AS Shopping

11472

H

23450

5/6

Ku

DVB

NIL

NIL

6ft

Digital FTA

T端rkMax Gurme

11729

V

15555

5/6

Ku

DVB

NIL

NIL

6ft

DigiTurk

Music Box

11804

V

24444

5/6

Ku

DVB

NIL

NIL

6ft

Digital FTA

TGRT Belgesel

11857

V

3150

5/6

Ku

DVB

NIL

NIL

6ft

Digital FTA

Fox Life T端rk HD

12633

V

9200

2/3

Ku

HD

NIL

NIL

6ft

New Freq.

Nat Geo People

12633

V

9200

2/3

Ku

HD

NIL

NIL

6ft

Irdeto 2 HD

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Eutelsat 28A - Astra 2A/2E/2F (28.2/ 25.5 E)

FEC LNB Band

E.Asia

Mod

Dish Size Pak

M.E & Europe

Remarks

Channel Name

Freq.

Polarity

S.R.

Hidayat TV

11224

V

27500

2/3

Ku

DVB

NIL

NIL

6ft

Digital FTA

Flow TV

11390

V

27500

2/3

Ku

DVB

NIL

NIL

6ft

Digital FTA

Clear TV

11390

V

27500

2/3

Ku

DVB

NIL

NIL

6ft

Digital FTA

Bloomberg Ch.

11426

V

27500

2/3

Ku

DVB

NIL

NIL

6ft

Digital FTA

Sky Movies HD

12168

V

29500

3/4

Ku

HD

NIL

NIL

6ft

Sky UK Pkg.

Sky Modern HD

12168

V

29500

3/4

Ku

HD

NIL

NIL

6ft

Sky UK Pkg.

Bangla TV

12633

H

22000

5/6

Ku

DVB

NIL

NIL

6ft

Digital FTA

Badr 4/5/6 (26.0 E)

FEC LNB Band

E.Asia

Mod

Dish Size Pak

M.E & Europe

Remarks

Channel Name

Freq.

Polarity

S.R.

Dava TV

10850

V

27500

3/4

Ku

DVB

NIL

120cm

110cm

Digital FTA

AWE TV 3D

10890

V

27500

3/4

Ku

HD 3D

NIL

120cm

110cm

HD 3D FTA

AWE TV HD

10890

V

27500

3/4

Ku

HD

NIL

120cm

110cm

HD FTA

Libya Alwatanya

10930

H

27500

3/4

Ku

DVB

NIL

120cm

110cm

Digital FTA

Nat Geo Music

10930

V

27500

5/6

Ku

HD

NIL

120cm

110cm

My HD Pkg.

Alruqia

11938

V

27500

3/4

Ku

DVB

NIL

120cm

110cm

Digital FTA

AD Capital Buss.

12092

V

27500

3/4

Ku

DVB

NIL

120cm

110cm

Digital FTA

Canal Alg茅rie

12303

H

2750

Aut

Ku

DVB

NIL

120cm

110cm

Digital FTA

Khorasan Razavi

12322

V

27500

3/4

Ku

DVB

NIL

120cm

110cm

Digital FTA

Astra 1M (19.2 E)

FEC LNB Band

E.Asia

Mod

Dish Size Pak

M.E & Europe

Remarks

Channel Name

Freq.

Polarity

S.R.

Israr TV

11523

H

22000

5/6

Ku

DVB

NIL

NIL

6ft

Digital FTA

Tw贸j Telekanal

11641

H

22000

5/6

Ku

DVB

NIL

NIL

6ft

Digital FTA

D17

11934

V

27500

3/4

Ku

DVB

NIL

NIL

6ft

Digital FTA

Ebru TV

12480

V

27500

3/4

Ku

DVB

NIL

NIL

6ft

Digital FTA

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HotBird 13B/13C/13D (13.0)

FEC LNB Band

E.Asia

Mod

Dish Size Pak

M.E & Europe

Remarks

Channel Name

Freq.

Polarity

S.R.

Informacja

10719

V

27500

5/6

Ku

DVB

NIL

180-210cm

120cm

NC+

Fashion One

10815

H

27500

5/6

Ku

DVB

NIL

180-210cm

120cm

Digital FTA

Polsat News HD

10911

V

27500

3/4

Ku

HD

NIL

180-210cm

120cm

Polsat Pkg.

TVP Sport HD

10911

V

27500

3/4

Ku

HD

NIL

180-210cm

120cm

Polsat Pkg.

Merci TV

11054

H

27500

5/6

Ku

DVB

NIL

180-210cm

120cm

Digital FTA

MTC info card

11179

H

27500

3/4

Ku

DVB

NIL

180-210cm

120cm

Digital FTA

Wesal English

11317

V

27500

3/4

Ku

DVB

NIL

180-210cm

120cm

Digital FTA

Alice

11334

H

27500

3/4

Ku

DVB

NIL

180-210cm

120cm

New Freq.

Leonardo

11334

H

27500

3/4

Ku

DVB

NIL

180-210cm

120cm

New Freq.

Marco Polo

11334

H

27500

3/4

Ku

DVB

NIL

180-210cm

120cm

New Freq.

Nuvolvari TV

11334

H

27500

3/4

Ku

DVB

NIL

180-210cm

120cm

New Freq.

Javan TV

11642

H

27500

3/4

Ku

DVB

NIL

180-210cm

120cm

Digital FTA

RD Channel

11662

V

27500

3/4

Ku

DVB

NIL

180-210cm

120cm

Digital FTA

Fashion TV HD

11785

H

29900

3/4

Ku

HD

NIL

180-210cm

120cm

HD FTA

JMC Promotion

12015

H

27500

3/4

Ku

DVB

NIL

180-210cm

120cm

Digital FTA

Sky Sport 3

12054

H

29900

5/6

Ku

DVB

NIL

180-210cm

120cm

Sky Italia

Mekameleen TV

12111

V

27500

3/4

Ku

DVB

NIL

180-210cm

120cm

Digital FTA

Sky Sport F1

12466

V

29900

5/6

Ku

DVB

NIL

180-210cm

120cm

Sky Italia

iFilm English

12520

V

27500

3/4

Ku

DVB

NIL

180-210cm

120cm

Digital FTA

Nilesat 101/102/201 - Eutelsat 7 West A

Dish Size Pak

M.E & Europe

Remarks

NIL

6-8ft

6-8ft

Digital FTA

DVB

NIL

6-8ft

6-8ft

Digital FTA

Ku

DVB

NIL

6-8ft

6-8ft

Digital FTA

5/6

Ku

DVB

NIL

6-8ft

6-8ft

Digital FTA

27500

5/6

Ku

DVB

NIL

6-8ft

6-8ft

Digital FTA

27500

3/4

Ku

DVB

NIL

6-8ft

6-8ft

Digital FTA

Channel Name

Freq.

Polarity

S.R.

FEC LNB Band

Al Eshraq

10727

H

27500

5/6

Ku

DVB

Muzicana TV

10727

H

27500

5/6

Ku

ATV

10796

V

27500

5/6

Baloon TV

10815

H

27500

Dala3 Banat TV

10815

H

El Watan DZ

10922

V

E.Asia

Mod

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Al Farah TV

10972

H

27500

3/4

Ku

DVB

NIL

6-8ft

6-8ft

Digital FTA

Nay TV

11075

V

27500

3/4

Ku

DVB

NIL

6-8ft

6-8ft

Digital FTA

MB. Turkey

11096

H

27500

3/4

Ku

DVB

NIL

6-8ft

6-8ft

Digital FTA

Dolly Cinema

11096

H

27500

3/4

Ku

DVB

NIL

6-8ft

6-8ft

Digital FTA

Nagham TV

11117

V

27500

3/4

Ku

DVB

NIL

6-8ft

6-8ft

Digital FTA

Magic Cinema

11137

H

27500

3/4

Ku

DVB

NIL

6-8ft

6-8ft

Digital FTA

Egypt Now

11137

H

27500

3/4

Ku

DVB

NIL

6-8ft

6-8ft

Digital FTA

Jackie Chan

11137

H

27500

3/4

Ku

DVB

NIL

6-8ft

6-8ft

Digital FTA

Riyadh Media

111179

H

27500

3/4

Ku

DVB

NIL

6-8ft

6-8ft

Digital FTA

ES TV

11219

H

27500

3/4

Ku

DVB

NIL

6-8ft

6-8ft

Digital FTA

El Bilad TV pro

11258

H

27500

3/4

Ku

DVB

NIL

6-8ft

6-8ft

Digital FTA

Farid Herbs

11354

V

27500

5/6

Ku

DVB

NIL

6-8ft

6-8ft

Digital FTA

Alkawthar TV

11392

V

27500

3/4

Ku

DVB

NIL

6-8ft

6-8ft

Digital FTA

CBC two

11488

H

27500

5/6

Ku

DVB

NIL

6-8ft

6-8ft

Digital FTA

Aghani Aghani

11680

H

27500

3/4

Ku

DVB

NIL

6-8ft

6-8ft

Digital FTA

KBC Algéria

11958

H

27500

3/4

Ku

DVB

NIL

6-8ft

6-8ft

Digital FTA

Libya Khatwa

12034

H

27500

5/6

Ku

DVB

NIL

6-8ft

6-8ft

Digital FTA

UM Al Massajed

12034

H

27500

5/6

Ku

DVB

NIL

6-8ft

6-8ft

Digital FTA

Kuwait Watani

12399

V

27500

5/6

Ku

DVB

NIL

6-8ft

6-8ft

Digital FTA

Dish Size Pak

M.E & Europe

Remarks

Eutelsat 5 West A (5.0 W)

FEC LNB Band

E.Asia

Channel Name

Freq.

Polarity

S.R.

Mod

D!CI TV

11471

V

29950

3/4

Ku

DVB

NIL

6-8ft

6-8ft

MPEG4 FTA

Dieu TV

12690

V

27500

3/4

Ku

DVB

NIL

6-8ft

6-8ft

Digital FTA

F

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Express AM 3 (140°E) AM 3

Dish Size 06-10 ft

Dish Size 06-08 ft Dish Size 08-10 ft

DIGITAL CHART

Apstar 6 (134°E) 6

Dish Size 08 ft

ChinaSat 6A (125° E)

Dish Size 10-12 ft

JCSAT 4A (124° E)

Vinasat 1 & Jcsat 5A (132°E)

Telestar 18 (138°E)18

Dish Size 08 ft

JC Sat 3 (128.8° E) 3

Dish Size 08 ft

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Dish Size 03-06 ft

DIGITAL CHART

Dish Size 04-06 ft

Koreasat 6 (116° E)

Dish Size 04-06 ft

Dish Size 06-08 ft

Dish Size 06-10 ft

ChinaSat 10 (110.5°E)

N-Sat 110 & BSAT 2C/3C (110.0°E)

Telkom1&Nss11 (108.2°E)

Chinasat 6B(115.5°E) 6B Dish Size

Koreasat 5 & Palapa D (113° E)

06-12ft

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