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Available Ku&C band capacity Azerspace-1

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Jul 26th, 2012 at 11:00am  
Azerspace-1 satellite is to be launched by the end of 2012 and will maintain a geostationary orbit at 46 degree East Longitude.

The satellite with its 2 switchable beams on Ku band will cover Europe and Central Asia. The whole of Africa and Central Asia & Europe will be involved by C band with its 2 switchable beams.

Azerspace-1 comprises 36 transponders (36 MHz each) of which 24 are C-band and 12 are Ku-band active transponders.

Should you have any questions, please, do not hesitate to contact me at aynur.abdullayeva@azercosmos.az
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Reply #1 - Jul 26th, 2012 at 4:27pm  
Here are the downlink EIRP coverage patterns for Azerspace-1 satellite:

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Ku band: 10.95-11.2 / 13.75-14 GHz,   12 x 36 MHz transponders ( 120W each )  46 deg east orbit position

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C band: 3.7-4.2 / 5.9-6.425 GHz,    24 x 36 MHz transponders  ( 65W each )   46 deg east orbit position

If you want to do sample link budgets these two pages below provide both the downlink EIRP and uplink G/T contour maps:
C band coverages: http://azercosmos.az/satellite-fleet/c-band/
Ku band coverages: http://azercosmos.az/satellite-fleet/ku-band/

Please contact Azercosmos regarding transponder leasing etc.
Their website is here: http://azercosmos.az/
Contact details and phone numbers: http://azercosmos.az/contacts/

Datasheet from Orbital, the satellite manufacturer: http://www.orbital.com/NewsInfo/Publications/Azerspace_Fact.pdf

Best regards, Eric.
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