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    Default Hotbird 8

    Hotbird 8 va fi lansat in noaptea de 4 spre 5 august ora 21:48 GMT , ora 0:48 ora Romaniei.
    Destinatia: 13 grade est.

    http://www.eutelsat.com/satellites/13ehb8.html
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    http://www.eutelsat.com/satellites/13ehb8_popd.html

    Transmisia in direct a lansarii aici:

    Satellite: HOT BIRD™ 3
    Channel name: "HOT BIRD™ 8 Launch"
    Frequency: 12111.00 Mhz
    Polarisation: Vertical
    Symbol rate: 27.5 M/Sym
    FEC: 3/4

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    Live Broadcast in North America:Satellite IA-6, 93 degrees West, transponder 11, C-band, analog NTSC,downlink 3920 MHz (vertical)
    Test signals start at 5 p.m. EDT

    Live Broadcast in Europe & Middle East: Sesat 1, 36 degrees East, transponder B3 Channel G, Ku-band,digital PAL, downlink 11097.500 MHz (horizontal), symbol rate 6.1113, fec: 3/4
    Test signals start at 21:00 GMT

    In direct pe internet aici:
    http://streamvox.streamos.com/vyvx/ils080406/

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    Asadar Hotbird 8 :


    inlocuieste Hotbird 3 :
    WideBeam

    SuperBeam


    SuperBeam =
    12341 V Sky Italia
    tp 82
    12418 V Sky Italia
    tp 86

    + ca noul HB8 va avea mai multe TP si asadar noi canale receptionabile fooarte usor in Romania .

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    Default HOT BIRD™ 8 frequency plan

    HOT BIRD™ 8 frequency plan

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    Nu uitati de lansare. Eu a trebuit sa updatez canalul de pe hotbird pe care se va face transmisia.

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    1 minut.

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    Se pare ca e un succes . Pacat de calitatea imaginii care e catastrofala .

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    Slaba transmisiune . La Hotbird7 a fost mult mai detaliata si mai lunga . De la lansare pena la asigurarea ca totul e ok , dupa circa 1 ora . Acum , kazacii astia in 15 minute au rezolvat treaba

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    Default Hot Bird™ 8 Broadcast Satellite Speeds Into Orbit

    HOT BIRD™ 8 BROADCAST SATELLITE SPEEDS INTO ORBIT
    05.08.2006

    The HOT BIRD™ 8 broadcast satellite of Eutelsat Communications (Euronext Paris: ETL) was successfully launched today by a Proton Breeze M launch vehicle from the Baikonur Cosmodrome at 03.48 am Baikonur time August 5 (23.48 CET August 4; 21.48 GMT August 4). Weighing in on the launch pad at 4.9 tonnes, HOT BIRD™ 8 is the largest and most powerful European Ku-band broadcast satellite to go into geostationary orbit.

    In less than 10 minutes after lift-off, the three-stage Proton vehicle supplied by International Launch Services (ILS) finished its climb into space, leaving the Breeze M upper stage to continue its mission for the next nine hours. The Breeze M's engine underwent five burns to place the EADS Space-built satellite into a transfer orbit. The satellite was separated this morning from the Proton launch vehicle at 06.59 GMT with signal acquisition established by Eutelsat from its Rambouillet teleport near Paris . Manoeuvres that will be conducted over the next days include full circularisation of the satellite's orbit and deployment of the solar panels and antenna reflectors, which will be followed by a series of in-orbit tests.

    Giuliano Berretta, Eutelsat Communications CEO said: “Equipped with a payload which spans the entire range of frequencies at our 13 degrees East position, HOT BIRD™ 8 takes our inter-satellite back-up to a new level of security. We are looking forward to bringing our new broadcast satellite into commercial service in October, less than six months since HOT BIRD™ 7A went live at 13 degrees East. My particular thanks also go to our industrial partners, EADS Space for completing this important satellite programme and ILS for executing a faultless launch for our company.”

    HOT BIRD™ 8 will assume all broadcast traffic currently carried by the 20-transponder HOT BIRD™ 3 which will subsequently continue commercial service at an alternative location. The new satellite's additional capacity will contribute to raising in-orbit security at Eutelsat's HOT BIRD™ video neighbourhood which broadcasts 950 digital channels to over 110 million cable and satellite homes across Europe, North Africa and the Middle East.

    Downlink Frequencies: 10.70 - 12.75 GHz.
    Life Span: 15 Yrs.

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    This was Eutelsat's second launch on an ILS Proton vehicle, following six on ILS's other vehicle, the American Atlas launcher. ILS is a joint venture of Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) and Russian rocket builder Khrunichev State Research and Production Space Center. ILS markets and manages the missions on the Atlas and Proton vehicles for commercial satellite customers worldwide.

    "We appreciate the continued confidence Eutelsat has shown Proton," said ILS President Mark Albrecht. He noted that the launch campaign proceeded smoothly, on schedule, after the spacecraft arrived at the Baikonur launch site July 6.

    "Today's successful launch was made possible through the exceptional levels of commitment by ILS and Khrunichev to the Proton launch vehicle. Our HOT BIRD 8 broadcast satellite is now well on course to its final destination at our prime video neighborhood at 13 degrees East, and we look forward to bringing it into commercial service in October," said Eutelsat CEO Giuliano Berretta.

    Albrecht said, "ILS is now on track to complete six launches in 2006 - we have seen two each for Proton Breeze M and Atlas V, and have two more planned for Proton. The Russian government plans a total of three Proton launches this year, so with seven missions Proton remains the workhorse of the industry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by *********
    Asadar Hotbird 8 :


    inlocuieste Hotbird 3 :
    WideBeam

    SuperBeam


    SuperBeam =
    12341 V Sky Italia
    tp 82
    12418 V Sky Italia
    tp 86

    + ca noul HB8 va avea mai multe TP si asadar noi canale receptionabile fooarte usor in Romania .


    din cate vad eu din tabelul asta HB 8 va inlocui si tp-urile super ale lui HB 2 deci vom putea vedea SKY IT in totalitate cu antene mici in toata tara nu

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    up!

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    sorry to write in english

    what location testing singal of hotbird 8 ?

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    Not testing yet.

 

 

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