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AsiaSat 9

An overview of our AsiaSat 9

High-performance satellite with enhanced power and coverage for Asia and Australasia

AsiaSat 9 is AsiaSat’s next generation satellite, successfully launched on 29 September 2017 from Baikonur, Kazakhstan replacing AsiaSat 4 at 122 degrees East Longitude. AsiaSat 9 is a Space Systems Loral 1300 satellite equipped with 28 C-band and 32 Ku-band transponders, and a Ka-band payload. AsiaSat 9 provides additional capacity, enhanced power and coverage for DTH, video distribution, private networks and broadband services across the Asia-Pacific region.

SATELLITE INFORMATION

Launch Date: 29 September 2017
Model: 1300 Model by Space Systems Loral
Nominal Orbital Location: 122 degrees East

Channels supported by AsiaSat 9

TYPE
  • SHOW ALL
  • RADIO
  • TELEVISION
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AsiaSat 9 @122°E

  • C-band Global Beam
  • Ku-band East Asia Beam
  • Ku-band Myanmar Beam
  • Ku-band Indonesia Beam
  • Ku-band Australasia Beam
  • Ku-band Mongolia Beam

COMMUNICATIONS PAYLOAD

C-BAND

Coverage

Asia, Middle East, Central Asia, Australasia

 

No. of Transponders

28 (linearised)

 

Transponder Bandwidth

36 MHz

 

TWTA Size

110 watts

KU-BAND

Coverage

5 beams: Australasia beam, East Asia beam, Indonesia beam, Mongolia beam and Myanmar beam

 

No. of Transponders

32 (linearised)

 

Transponder Bandwidth

54 MHz

 

TWTA Size

200 watts

KA-BAND

Coverage

Regional

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