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20Mbps required - Uganda - new ISP

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Oct 11th, 2007 at 1:52pm  
We are looking for 20Mbps in C-band going into a 3.7m VSAT located in Kampala.
Need upgrade path to 45Mbps in 6 months.
Price must be $2000 or below per Mbps.
Dedicated SCPC only

Dave
consultsatellite@gmail.com
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Reply #1 - Oct 12th, 2007 at 6:04am  
Dear Dave,

We are in the right position to provide you with this capacity requirement.

When is the launch date of this project?

Before we talk about the price, please kindly give us first the following information:

1. Where is the other end of the site? You only gived
    Kampala. Are both the Hub and remotes in Kampala?
    Please clarify.
2. What is this VSAT for - Internet applications or
     something else? Please specify.
3. What is the HPA (Transceiver) rating? If below 100
    Watts, 3.7 - meter
    antenna is not  enough; it should be at least 3.8
    meter.
4. What is the FEC?
3. What is the Modulation type
    (QPSK,8PSK,16QAM,64QAM)?
4. Any existing equipments?


Thank you very much.


Best Regards,

Handeil C. Magnanao
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Reply #2 - Oct 12th, 2007 at 10:06am  
hi Handell,

1. This is connection to the internet backbone preferably in Europe or US. Do you have a teleport to propose?
2. Applications are standard for ISP offering service to local marketplace. Web browsing, email, etc
3. HPA is 100W
4. & 5. Modulation etc is dependent on the satellite etc. We have not yet purchased modems. Are you proposing a particular satellite. Please tell me its details as I would need to confirm whether we would have visibility of it from our VSAT location.

Best regards
Dave
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Reply #3 - Oct 15th, 2007 at 5:22am  
Dear Dave,

Our company, Shin Satellite PLC has its own teleport in Thailand. Our satellite that could serve you on the locations you have mentioned is our fifth satellite known as Thaicom 5. Please see its global beam from this link:http://www.thaicom.net/pages/our_satellite.aspx
and kindly select on the left side, Thaicom 5 and its footprints will be shown. You can also send me e-mail to this address: handeilm@thaicom.net

If you can see that your VSAT locations are covered well with our global beam, please let me know. For sure Kampala is well covered, however, some parts of Europe are on the edge of our global footprint - so you need a bigger antenna size to that parts of Europe.

If you have some more question, please feel free to send me your e-mail.

Thank you very much.

Best Regards

Handeil



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Reply #4 - Dec 5th, 2007 at 10:36am  
Dear Dave,

Are you looking for 1 way link?  I am based in Hong Kong.

Regards,
JOhnny
YM: tytjohnny
Skype: tytjohnny
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Reply #5 - Dec 5th, 2007 at 6:49pm  
Dear Dave,

I'll like to know your modem ,Buc,Lnb Types and names.

Regards,

Bensat.
+2348038802022 or bensatsatellitecommunication@gmail.com
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