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Bentley Walker Freedomsat, now in Libya!

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Oct 29th, 2012 at 9:18am  
We are very happy to announce that the KA-Band Freedomsat is now available over ALL of Libya. An exclusive beam has been steered, allowing us to offer the same high speed KA-Band service available in the Middle East, over the entirety of Libya!  

We have a huge range of packages available from Consumer to Corporate using a 74-98cm dish system, and can offer services on both the iDirect Evolution range and the Hughes HX90.  

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We have excellent management tools available, great hardware discounts and trade pricing, if you are interested in reselling our service please contact me immediately at david@bentleywalker.com or alternatively our Sales Team at sales@bentleywalker.com and we will be very happy to assist!
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Reply #1 - Oct 31st, 2012 at 9:20pm  
Good Timing hopefully, let's do some business.
I have emailed you already just need some details like Antenna Size, foot print, packages, max speed, Network Management tools.

hopefully there is still a place for deal.
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Reply #2 - Nov 6th, 2012 at 2:04pm  
I've made up a new dish pointing web page for this steerable Hylas-2 Ka band spot beam for the Freedomsat Tunisia/Libya area service.  Note it extends to Sardinia, Southern Italy and the South West Greek islands. Its good for iDirect or HX90 technology from Bentley Walker.

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Click on this image above to make the calculator work.  A blue line shows where to point the dish once you have centered the map on your house and enlarged the scale.
Hope it works OK !!

Best regards, Eric.
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Reply #3 - Nov 9th, 2012 at 6:39am  
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Reply #4 - Nov 12th, 2012 at 2:51pm  
We have now launched a new HN9200 NOC on our Hylas 2 Libya service.

This means that we can now offer services using the Hughes HX90, Hughes HN9200 and iDirect Evolution X1 & X3.

The HN9200 is an excellent consumer end system opening a new market for customers requiring extremely low cost equipment!
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Reply #5 - Nov 14th, 2012 at 4:18pm  
The rumour spreads that Skylogic beam 83 (originally beam 80 over Benghazi, Lybia) is going to re-align back over that area.
Beam 83, the only steerable antenna is covering Azerbeidjan, partially Iran and Iraq (Kurdistan).
Would that not be capacity overkill ?

Or is there 'more' behind this plan ?

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Reply #6 - Nov 14th, 2012 at 9:42pm  
This thread is to do with BW Freedomsat service for Libya (and nearby) using Hylas 2 satellite at 31 East orbit position, with the Hylas 2 steerable spot beam aimed at Libya. Technology: Hughes HX90, Hughes HN9200 and iDirect Evolution X1 & X3.  

The Skylogic Tooway service is on KA-SAT at 9 East orbit position.  As far as I am aware KA-SAT has a fixed spot beam #80 pointed at Benghazi and a fixed spot beam #83 pointed at N. Iraq, N Iran and Azerbaijan.  For some time beam #80 has not been available for general public use, as I believe that the entire beam #80 capacity was leased to some organisation. Maybe that lease is coming to an end.
I think Bentley Walker will be the first to know.

I don't think KA-SAT has any steerable beams.

Hylas 2 has one steerable spot beam, see:
http://www.satsig.net/hylas/hylas-2-libya-beam-dish-pointing.htm
This page calculates and draws the beam contours on the fly, centered at 30.5N 17E.

Best regards, Eric
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