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howfarr
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Nov 9th, 2011 at 7:54am  
Euro Bird 9A - 5Mbps uplink on DTH platform

W2A - 3.3MHz & 36MHz (whole transponder)

Atlantic Bird 3 - 5MHz & 15MHz

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Reply #1 - Nov 9th, 2011 at 10:48am  
Euro Bird 9A - 5Mbps uplink on DTH platform
Where is the uplink teleport or is this an on-board DVB-S/S-2 multiplexer?  More details please of how to use this capacity ?
What beam is the downlink?

W2A - 3.3MHz & 36MHz (whole transponder)
Which transponders and which uplink and downlink beams ?

Atlantic Bird 3 - 5MHz & 15MHz
Which transponders and which uplink and downlink beams ?

Best regards, Eric.
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howfarr
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Reply #2 - Nov 14th, 2011 at 10:43am  
Eric

Thank you for your message. I wrote you a detailed reply but was spun out by a house rule about delaying the send by 3600 seconds having previously submitted a new topic. my reply to you appears to have vanished. Are you able to direct me as to where it may be residing on the site? I do not have the available time right now to have to re-draft it.

Thank you.

Regards,

Howard
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Reply #3 - Nov 14th, 2011 at 11:38am  
Sorry, your text is gone.  The multiple postings time limit was set to 3600 sec recently having been 360 sec previously, to reduce forum spamming. Also people wanting to become new members need to apply to me first by email, with suggested username and email address, in order to request consideration.  Successful applicants will be sent an initial access code for registration.

If you intend to make a long contribution I suggest you type it in Notepad.  Edit carefully, correcting any spelling errors etc.  Then do Format, Word wrap Off, then Select All, Copy (control C) and Paste (control V) into the forum Post reply box.

You may modify your existing postings to include images of the coverage maps like so:
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Use square brackets, not squiggley ones.

We particularly appreciate such footprint images and also specifics about which up beam and which down beam is being offered for sale.  If the up beam is the same as the down beam please say so.

The perfect posting would include both uplink (G/T) and downlink (EIRP) maps plus the operating uplink PFD/MHz and downlink EIRP/MHz for fractional transponder leases.

Warning to people considering transponder leasing from someone other than the actual satellite operator.
In the case of full and fractional transponder sub-leases there is concern that the seller is not entitled to re-sell or is defaulting on their own payments to the actual satellite operator.  In all cases a potential purchaser of a fractional lease must communicate with the satellite operator and verify the propriety of the proposed sub-leasing, clearly identifying the satellite, beams and start and end frequencies. Also, obtain from the actual satellite operator the terms and conditions relating to polarisation isolation and uplink off-axis emission interference limits etc.

Best regards, Eric.
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