All Strong New Frequency On Paksat 1R 38 º East Satellite Tv
|A plus Europa||MPEG-2||4120Mhz||V||2.140|
|Star Asia News||MPEG-2||4005Mhz||H||13.845|
|VTV 1 (V.U)
VTV 2 (V.U)
VTV 3 (V.U)
VTV 4 (V.U)
|Metro 1 News||MPEG-2
|Awaz TV Network||MPEG-2
|TV One Global
|$PTV K Feed||MPEG-4
|$PTV K Lat||MPEG-4
PakSat-1R (or PakSat-1 Replacement) is an advanced geosynchronous and communications satellite that was manufactured by China Great Wall Industry Corporation (CGWIC) and operated by the Space and Upper Atmosphere Research Commission (Suparco), an executive space authority of the government of Pakistan.
The PakSat-1R was developed and built as a geostationary telecommunications satellite and was launched from Xichang, China, at 16:15 UTC on 11 August 2011. Launched on the Long March 3B rocket, the satellite has a design life of 15 years with initial goals to provide broadband internet access, digital television broadcasting, remote and rural telephony, emergency communications, tele-education and tele-medicine services across South and Central Asia, Eastern Europe, East Africa and the Far East. The satellite successfully took over the operations of its predecessor, the PakSat-1E satellite leased by Pakistan, in geostationary orbit at 38° East.
PAKSAT-1R is being used across the region by TV Broadcasters for uplinking, Satellite News Gathering and Contribution links.
High performance transponders supporting TV broadcast and HDTV programming across the region.
Direct one hop access into premium UK and mainland Europe cable and DTH platforms through a network of strategically located mediaport partners.
Convenient turnaround via fiber from UK to North America for cost effective access to US and Canadian cable and DTH head-ends.
High-power beam for robust cellular back-haul connectivity across S. Asia, Middle East, Africa and parts of Central Asia.
Ideal for cost effective IP trunking from UK and Mainland Europe into S. Asia, Middle East, Africa and parts of Central Asia.
PAKSAT is ideally suited for businesses and enterprises seeking a cost effective and reliable solution for their connectivity requirements. A number of data network operators are successfully using PAKSAT to offer enterprise connectivity solutions in various sectors like banks, oil companies, health, education and construction. These connectivity solutions are based on latest technologies including;
PAKSAT enable businesses highly cost effective means to deploy mission critical applications, regardless of the location and remoteness of their offices. Some typical applications deployed using PAKSAT include;
Voice over IP