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HughesNet service on Satmex6 ?

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Jul 15th, 2008 at 3:24pm  
I am interested in establishing the facts surrounding HughesNet service(s) on the Satmex6 satellite.

The conflicting information I have received so far:

1.  There is a HughesNet carrier operating on Satmex6 at 12000 MHz Horizontal down ?.

2.  There is a Hughesnet hub in Mexico ?.

3.  There is a Hughesnet hub in Panama that sells the service via multiple resellers throughout central and south America countries ( Mexico, Honduras, Brazil etc ).

4. The Panama teleport Details: Ufinet , for HN7000 and Hn7700 Carrier Polarization : receive-Horizontal, transmit- Horizontal.  IF Frequency13820 (x100kHz)  + LNB LO freq 10750 MHz = 12.132 GHz.  Symbol rate: 9000000.  Satmex 6: 113º west ?

Are the above true ?  Are there multiple Hughesnet carriers ?  Where are the hubs ?  What are the carrier frequencies, polarisations and symbol rates ?

What do you know to be true ?

If you operate a service or are a reseller of Hughesnet service you are welcome to describe exactly what you know and do below.

Best regards, Eric
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Reply #1 - Jul 15th, 2008 at 6:26pm  
I believe that PegasoBroadband has HughesNet service on Satmex 6, their hub is colocated with the Intelsat Teleport in Ellenwood GA just south of Atlanta.

http://www.pegasobroadband.com


HNS also operates several transponders on SM-6
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Reply #2 - Jul 15th, 2008 at 8:04pm  
Here is an image listing HughesNet outlink and return link carrier frequencies on Satmex6.
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What do the the pairs of outlink frequencies refer to ? They are 250 MHz apart.

Best regards, Eric.
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Reply #3 - Jul 16th, 2008 at 3:27pm  
Here is another info , we are in transponder 23k

Regards

Ronald Herrera
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