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Although the emphasis on the maps shown is on Africa, coverage includes other countries at well. If your location is included somewhere it is worth asking. If you are located at extreme beam edge operation may not be feasible unless an extra large dish is used and this must be determined on a case by case basis. The best plan is to try and find as good a coverage as possible.
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North Africa, West Africa, Mid Africa and South Africa satellite map using NSS-7 East hemi beam.
Operation on NSS7 is Global beam, East hemi to east hemi and Southeast zone to north east zone.
C band frequencies (4 and 6 GHz) with circular polarisation are ideal for tropical areas where rain fading and ionospheric Faraday rotation can cause outages for other services using Ku band or linear polarisation. An added advantage is that there is no polarisation angle to adjust. The disadvantage is a larger dish than for Ku.
Wide C band satellite coverage from 76.5 deg east longitude.
High power Ku spot beam (small dish service) for South Africa and North Africa coast. T-12
We are on the European beam with that ability to expand to the Pan Am beam and South African beam.
Page - Started 10 Nov 2004, last amended 11 May 2015