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28th September 2009, 10:34
28th September 2009, 11:26
In loc de comentarii,iata cum e pusa problema asa cum apare pe forumul polonez:
Originally Posted by satlex
"Radius beam spot beam platform TVP
2009-09-17 15:24:41 / Janusz Sulisz
Last updated: 2009-09-17 16:27:25
Source: inf. wł. incl
The forum appear first comments on the narrow, directional beam spot beam Astra 1KR - 19,2 E after he found out that TVP will use the platform offers SES Astra to narrow down the range of channels TVP version of Clear to the Polish and neighboring countries. Spot beam is set,only one transponder 59 (10,862 GHz, pol. H, SR 22000, FEC 5/6, DVB-S2/8PSK).
Unfortunately, neither the SES Astra, or the Polish Television is not the official version made available to us to spot beam maps of the banal reason for Polish TV yet improves its setting, to set up a bundle of Poland with the option of receiving the smallest 60cm antennas.
However, because of the 15 September during a conference on the launch platform for TVP in building B on the street Woronicza 17 on the screen showing maps of the reach of two - one for the existing Astra 1KR and a second with the outline of the new maps for the spot beam, we were finally able to reproduce this map drawing it from scratch.
Unofficial map of the beam spot beam tp.59 Astra 1KR
The bottom line is that the beam is more in the direction of the Baltic Sea and the Baltic countries than in the direction of Germany. This means that perfect collection of very small antennas will be possible in Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia, as well as in southern and central Finland.With the help of 75-80cm antennas probably able to receive channels from spot beam TVP in Belarus and western Ukraine. antena 80-90cm. Strong signal will be in eastern Slovakia and the Czech Republic and the Czech Republic in the west will most likely need 80-90cm antenna.
The worst is probably signal in Germany and Denmark.While still in eastern Germany will be quite good, the customers in western Germany is already the antenna above the 100-120cm.There would also be in southern Norway. Almost the entire Baltic Sea is a strong signal, including the coastal line of Sweden.
The 90-100cm antennas can be calmly will receive in Hungary, northern Romania and Moldova, Serbia, Croatia, and almost the whole of Austria.
Rather forget the reception in Spain, Portugal, Great Britain and Ireland unless it manages to use the large antennas 200-300cm.
We are waiting for information from viewers of the actual spot beam coverage.
We expect that shortly, or TVP Astra offers us the original map spot beam after the amendments and revisions.I anticipate that it may change. "
28th September 2009, 11:49
Hai sa ne imaginam....
Era un cantec pionieresc parca care incepea asa: "Hai sa ne imaginam...."
Originally Posted by satelescu
si continuarea....ar fi cam asa:
Cate un "Spot Beam" pe urmatoarele packete de la 19e
Deci.....The worst ever...
28th September 2009, 12:18
Intre asteptari/"imaginam" si realitate e o cale lunga.Nu trebuie sa speculam mai mult decit cunoastem.Asa sint si comentariile userilor de pe acel forum.
Originally Posted by satlex
Articolul de mai sus e o informare preluata din surse,dar pentru ca operatorul de satelit prospecteaza piata poloneza si zona de est a Europei,trebuie sa luam informatia cu rezerve.Nici mai mult,nici mai putin.
Oricum Astra nu intreaba userul roman unde sa fie focarul satelitului cu toate ca ar merita:Romania ar fi dupa Polonia,in aceasta parte a Europei,a doua piata de servicii satelitare si nu numai!Cu regret adaug: de ce ar interesa pe cei de la Astra piata noastra daca toti operatorii romani de astfel de servicii apeleaza la concurentii lui:Intelsat,Sirius,Amos,..
28th September 2009, 18:43
astra e prea scump pentru romani sau altfel spus romanii nu isi permit sa emita pe astra
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