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AsiaSat 7

An overview of our AsiaSat 7

Asia’s most watched satellite with superb channel neighbourhood and audience access

AsiaSat 7 was launched by ILS Proton Breeze M vehicle from Baikonur, Kazakhstan on 26 November 2011. It is designed as a replacement satellite for AsiaSat 3S at the orbital location of 105.5 degrees East. AsiaSat 7, a Space Systems Loral 1300 series satellite, carries 28 C-band and 17 Ku-band transponders, and a Ka-band payload. With its region-wide C-band footprint covering Asia, the Middle East, Australasia and Central Asia, and high-power Ku beams serving East Asia, South Asia, the Philippines, as well as a steerable Ku beam, AsiaSat 7 supports a broad range of applications including TV broadcast, VSAT networks and mobility services across the region.

SATELLITE INFORMATION

Launch Date: 26 November 2011
Model: 1300 Series by Space Systems Loral
Nominal Orbital Location: 105.5 degrees East

 

Channels supported by AsiaSat 7

TYPE
  • SHOW ALL
  • RADIO
  • TELEVISION
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AsiaSat 7 @105.5°E

  • C-band Global Beam
  • Ku-band East Asia Beam
  • Ku-band South Asia Beam
  • Ku-band Philippines
  • Ku-band Steerable Beam Sample Coverage

COMMUNICATIONS PAYLOAD

C-BAND

Coverage:

Asia, Middle East, Central Asia and Australasia

 

No. of Transponders:

28 (linearised)

 

Transponder Bandwidth:

36 MHz

 

TWTA Size:

65 watts

KU-BAND

Coverage:

3 beams: East Asia beam, South Asia beam and one steerable beam

 

No. of Transponders:

17 (fixed gain linearised or automatic level control)

 

Transponder Bandwidth:

54 MHz

 

TWTA Size:

150 watts

KA-BAND

Coverage:

Regional beam

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