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Eutelsat is placing the first Quantum satellite at 12.5 degrees west in 2019

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Default Eutelsat is placing the first Quantum satellite at 12.5 degrees west in 2019

Eutelsat Quantum is a software-defined, re programmable satellite with public support from the U.K. and European space agencies.

http://spacenews.com/eutelsat-adding...ites-to-fleet/
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Eutelsat Quantum is not good news for feed hunters as the beams can be much tighter than the current satellites they will replace,

This has happened with Eutelsat 9B with very tight beams for Italy,Nordic Greece ect http://www.flysat-beams.com/e9b-beam.php

With Quantum's ability to reshape the coverage and power level of its beams for a specific region making reception outside this area virtually impossible even with a very large dish

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By 2019 there will be f##k all worth watching via feeds anyway
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It´s the end of all feed hunting and Sat (Ku) even worst than KA Band with no signal even with 4,5m focus prime dishes.(Ku not C bands)?

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Eutelsat 12 West B 12.5°West europe, M E, americas 26 Ku 31 Ku september 2001 end of geostationary orbit Q1 2019,

What will replace Eutelsat 12 West B next year ?
I do not think it will be Eutelsat Quantum but you never know,

Other possibilities that depend on successful launches of replacement satellites Eutelsat 7C & Hotbird's 13f & 13G,

Eutelsat 7A will probably move here & be renamed Eutelsat 12 West C,

Much later:-
One of the Hotbirds from 13East may move here after 2021 probably 13E,


https://www.eutelsat.com/files/contr...UK_vfinale.pdf

Estimated end of operational use in stable orbit as of 30*June 2018 Launch date 1st

eutelsat*12 West*B 12.5°West europe, M E, americas 26*Ku 31 Ku september 2001 Q1*2019
eutelsat*8 West*B 8°West middle-east, africa, 40*Ku/10 C 42 Ku/20 C august 2015 Q3 2033
eutelsat*7 West*a 7°West middle-east, north africa 50*Ku 52 Ku september 2011 Q2 2033
eutelsat*5 West*a 5°West europe, americas, africa 35*Ku/10*C 35 Ku/14 C July 2002 Q4 2019
eutelsat*3B 3°east europe, M E, africa 30*Ku/12*C/5*Ka 54 Ku/23 C/5 Ka may 2014 Q2 2032
eutelsat*7a 7°east europe, middle-east, africa 42*Ku/2*Ka 57 Ku/6 Ka march 2004 Q1 2021
eutelsat*7B 7°east europe, middle-east, africa 53*Ku/3*Ka 70 Ku/8 Ka may 2013 Q3 2039
eutelsat*9B 9°east europe 50 Ku 47 Ku January 2016 Q3 2038
eutelsat*10a 10°east europe, middle-east, africa 42*Ku/10*C 59 Ku/20 C april 2009 Q2 2023
eutelsat HotBirD 13B 13°east europe, north africa,ME, 64*Ku 60 Ku august 2006 Q1 2025
eutelsat HotBirD 13C 13°east europe, NA,ME,64*Ku 60 Ku December 2008 Q3 2024
eutelsat*HotBirD 13e 13°east europe, NA, ME, 38*Ku 45 Ku march 2006 Q3 2024
eutelsat*16a 16°east europe, ME, africa, IO,53*Ku/3*Ka 70 Ku/8 Ka october 2011 Q3 2027
eutelsat*21B 21.5°east europe, middle-east, africa 40*Ku 59 Ku november 2012 Q3 2033
eutelsat*25B 25.5°east europe, NA, ME, 8*Ku/7*Ka 8 Ku/7 Ka august 2013 Q4 2034
eutelsat*28e(3) 28.2/28.5°east europe 4*Ku 4 Ku september 2013 Q3 2029
eutelsat*28f(3) 28.2/28.5°east europe 4*Ku 4 Ku september 2012, 2028
eutelsat*28G(3) 28.2/28.5°east europe 4*Ku 4 Ku December 2014, 2030
eutelsat*33e 33°east europe, NA, ME, Central asia,64*Ku 60 Ku february 2009 Q1 2024
eutelsat*36B 36°east europe, middle-east, africa 70*Ku 87 Ku november 2009 Q4 2026
eutelsat*48D 48°east afghanistan, Central asia 8*Ku 12 Ku December 2008 Q4 2020

ME=Middle East,NA=North Africa,IO=Indian Ocean

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