The first communication satellite of the Republic of Belarus BELINTERSAT-1 is to provide a wide range of telecommunication services (satellite TV and radio broadcasting, broadband internet access). The satellite carries transponders operating in C- and Ku-bands.
Azerspace-1 is also the first telecommunication satellite of its country (Azerbaijan), launched on February 8, 2013. It is capable of providing reliable satellite communication services for DTH, voice, video, data and mobility applications. Its advanced design and flexible switching capabilities enable millions of viewers to get an access to information and communications services all over the world. The satellite’s service area covers more than 50 countries in Central Asia, Europe, Africa and Middle East.
EUTELSAT 7 WEST A has two beams giving superior coverage across the Middle East, including the Gulf States, as well as North Africa and North-West Africa.
Optimised for Direct-to-Home (DTH) broadcasting, EUTELSAT 9A supplies coverage across Europe, North Africa and the Middle East for TV channels and platforms. Adjacent to Eutelsat’s premium HOT BIRD position, reception of channels from both locations is possible with off-the-shelf dual-feed dishes.
With three high-power satellites, the HOT BIRD family at 13° East forms one of the largest broadcasting systems in Europe, delivering 1100 television channels to more than 138 million TV homes in Europe, North Africa and the Middle East.
The SES-6 satellite is located at the prime orbital position of 40.5° W, providing significant capacity expansion in Latin America and the Caribbean. The satellite’s expanded Ku-band payload provides enhanced coverage over the Americas, both for a compelling DTH offer as well as for cable distribution. This satellite is also ideal for aeronautical connectivity over the Atlantic.
Yamal-401 is large-sized satellite. The payload power of this satellite is more than 10 kW. Satellite was launched on December 15, 2014. Its lifetime is 15 years. Yamal-401 satellite was launched to the 90°E orbital position.
Galaxy 19 is a communications satellite owned by Intelsat located at 97° West longitude, serving the North American market. Galaxy 19 replaced Galaxy 25 which is nearing the end of its design life and has been moved to 93.1°W longitude. It was built by Space Systems/Loral, as part of its FS-1300 line. Galaxy 19 was formerly known as Intelsat Americas 9 and was successfully launched September 24, 2008. The clients for Galaxy 19 include the previous clients for Galaxy 25. Expanded services include higher-powered Ku-band transponders.
Galaxy 23 is the name given to the C-band service of the Galaxy 23/EchoStar 9 communications satellite jointly owned by Intelsat and EchoStar located at 121° W longitude, serving the North American market. It was built by Space Systems/Loral, as part of its FS-1300 line. Galaxy 23 was formerly known as Intelsat Americas 13. The "Galaxy 23" portion of the service provides transponders in the C-band. The C-band payload is owned and operated by Intelsat.
Intelsat IS-805 at 55.5°W