Nilesat 201 - end of the reception with a small dish?

Released: January 10, 2010, 19:05 TODAY!

Egyptian satellite operator Nilesat put into operation the first two DVB-S2 mux on a new telecommunications satellite, Nilesat 201 at the orbital position 7 Wed west. First muxy are used for pay services.

According to Web traffic Flysat.com in these frequencies:

* Nilesat 201 (7 ° W), freq 12.092 GHz, pol V, SR 27500, FEC 5 / 6, DVB-S2/QPSK

* Nilesat 201 (7 ° W), freq 12.111 GHz, pol H SR 27500, FEC 5 / 6, DVB-S2/QPSK

At both frequencies is a paid offer admc Sports (CA Irdeto 2).

It is running a test with multiple test:

* Nilesat 201 (7 ° W), freq 11.727 GHz, pol H SR 27500, FEC 3 / 4, DVB-S/QPSK

The signal from the transponder is not possible with the dimensions of the antenna, which was sufficient to receive signals from the Nilesat 101 and Nilesat 102nd

In the coming days, will replace older satellites Nilesat 201 Nilesat 101, which may impair the availability of programs for small parabolách unless additional correction coverage by satellite operators.