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Re: TOOWAY KASAT SERVICES AVAILABLE IN LIBYA

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dirkovision
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May 27th, 2012 at 5:34am  
We are interested to supply services in Misrata.
Could you give us some more info ?
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dirkovision
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Reply #1 - May 28th, 2012 at 4:45pm  
Also we learned that ka-sat finder info abt. beam 80 is mis-leading.
It cannot be trusted. 79 and 80 according to Sat-Finder and Skylogic give coverage, however BW say no.
Who knows what is the truth ? what do we have to believe ?
Why is BW and Skylogic giving mal-information ?
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Reply #2 - May 28th, 2012 at 5:24pm  
If you know more about these Tunisia (79) and Libya (80) beams please tell me also so I can update this map:
http://www.satsig.net/tooway/satellite-dish-pointing-ka-sat-tooway-europe.htm
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Reply #3 - May 28th, 2012 at 5:30pm  
Carl, BW, say NO. Wants us to calm down over this GIGA mal-info through the www by Skylogic. What's up ?
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Reply #4 - May 28th, 2012 at 6:45pm  
There are plenty of alternative VSAT services with beam coverage of Libya, including Misrata.

See: VSAT service Europe
Many 'europe coverage' beams extend sufficiently far to the south to include Libya.

Also: VSAT service Africa (and Libya!)
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dirkovision
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Reply #5 - May 29th, 2012 at 5:00am  
There is alternative service. OK, Eric, but that's not the point.
There is extensive info through the internet ánd their SAT-Finder programm that states that there is this beam 80 over Benghazi.
And the Lybians see that too, now feel cheated as we all know the beam is there, but Skylogic, BW say it is NOT.
No further info available, but it is obvious mal-information from Skylogic, ór BW.
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Reply #6 - May 29th, 2012 at 7:52am  
I am uncertain of the beam 80 centre lat/long and the diameter/shape of the beam. My page draws all beams as circular, except for some southerly beams.

I don't know if Tooway service is yet offered in the Libya beam as some or all of the beam may be still leased to the military, TV news or whatever.

Can you get an analyser picture of the downlink spectrum over Libya ?

Best regards, Eric.
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Reply #7 - May 29th, 2012 at 10:59am  
Beam 80 is an steerable beam that now covers Northern Iraq (now Beam 83).

Skylogic made the decision to steer the beam before the launch of the KA Band services.

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Original image:  http://dl.dropbox.com/u/53499412/steerable.jpg

KU Band Tooway services are available over the whole of Northern Libya using a 1.2m dish

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europe-satellite.com
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Reply #8 - May 29th, 2012 at 11:07am  
[quote author=dirkovision link=1333490450/0#6 date=1338264001]There is alternative service. OK, Eric, but that's not the point.
There is extensive info through the internet ánd their SAT-Finder programm that states that there is this beam 80 over Benghazi.
And the Lybians see that too, now feel cheated as we all know the beam is there, but Skylogic, BW say it is NOT.
No further info available, but it is obvious mal-information from Skylogic, ór BW. [/quote]
[b]Tooway KU band Libya[/b]

[img]http://www.europe-satellite.com/projects/tooway_100.jpg[/img]

We have plenty used Tooway KU band systems for sale. Contact us by email for more info.
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dirkovision
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Reply #9 - May 29th, 2012 at 1:00pm  
[quote author=Eric Johnston link=1333490450/0#7 date=1338274358]
Can you get an analyser picture of the downlink spectrum over Libya ?

Best regards, Eric.[/quote]
http://ibg-iraq.com/images/beam-80-Lybia-ERP.jpg

Ku band is available yes, but the Fame of the Ka band travels ahead erverywhere.. !
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Reply #10 - May 29th, 2012 at 1:21pm  
Avanti new Hylas-2 beam covering Europe, the Middle East (including Afghanistan & Iraq) and Africa (Egypt) from the second quarter 2012

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HYLAS 2 will launch in 2012 and uses the latest Ka-band technology to deliver high speed, low cost two-way data communications. Deploying 24 fixed beams and one steer-able beam, HYLAS 2 provides customers with the flexibility to address current and future markets across Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

Hylas-2 details (latest update May 2012)

Satellite Name: Hylas 2
Status: planned
Position: 34° W (33.5° W) Latest info, position will be closer to 0°.
Operator: Avanti Communications Ltd
Launch date: 6-Jun-2012 (Estimated)
Launch site: Guiana Space Center
Launch vehicle: TBD
Launch mass (kg): 3100
Manufacturer: Orbital Sciences Corporation (OSC)
Model (bus): Star-2.4 Bus
Orbit: GEO
Expected lifetime: 15 yrs.

Details:

The HYLAS 2 satellite will carry 24 active Ka-band user beams and four gateway beams, and will produce approximately 5.0 kilowatts of payload electrical power. The Ka-band spot beams will provide two-way communications services to facilitate high-speed delivery of data to end-user applications such as corporate networking, broadband Internet access, business continuity services and video distribution. Using the HYLAS 2 spacecraft, Avanti will provide its data and video services to Northern and Southern Africa, Eastern Europe and the Middle East. In addition, the spacecraft will be equipped with a steerable spot beam, also operating at Ka-band, which can provide coverage anywhere on Earth that is visible to the satellite.

For the latest news visit the Hylas-2 website click here. (hylas-2.com)

... If you want us to call you for more info click here for our free call back service.
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