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Eutelsat 7C predicted downlink maps issued

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Default Eutelsat 7C predicted downlink maps issued

https://www.eutelsat.com/home/satell...coverages.html

The 2 main European links are below:-
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Eutelsat 7C will replace Eutelsat 7A

Feed allocations @ 7 east

10950 to 11200 currently on 7A will move to 7C
11640 to 11700 currently on 7A will move to 7C
12500 to 12750 will remain on 7B + there may be some new frequencies used by 7C,

Eutelsat 7A will then move to a new location currently unknown.

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Eutelsat 7C will replace Eutelsat 7A

Feed allocations @ 7 east

10950 to 11200 currently on 7A will move to 7C
11640 to 11700 currently on 7A will move to 7C
12500 to 12750 will remain on 7B + there may be some new frequencies used by 7C,

Eutelsat 7A will then move to a new location currently unknown.

These feeds are active

Eutelsat 7B Ku-band Europe A
https://www.lyngsat.com/Eutelsat-7B.html
So the cover will not change
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These feeds are active

Eutelsat 7B Ku-band Europe A
https://www.lyngsat.com/Eutelsat-7B.html
So the cover will not change

https://www.eutelsat.com/en/satellit...-coverage.html

Eutelsat 7B Ku-band Europe A



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These feeds are active

Eutelsat 7B Ku-band Europe A
https://www.lyngsat.com/Eutelsat-7B.html
So the cover will not change




Feed allocations @ 7 east

10950 to 11200 currently on Eutelsat 7B Ku-band Europe A
11640 to 11700 currently on Eutelsat 7A Ku-band Europe A
12500 to 12750 currently on Eutelsat 7B Ku-band Europe A
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New high-power satellite at a fast-growing video and data hotspot

LAUNCH: June 20, 2019.
Launch window opens at 21:43 UTC

Watch the launch live:

https://ebu-emp.ebu.ch/embed/bGl2ZTsyMDc

Via HOTBIRD at 13° East; Frequency: 12577 MHz; Horizontal Polarization; Symbol rate: 27500; DVB-S2, 8PSK, FEC 3/4; Channel name: CSG Kourou

https://www.eutelsat.com/en/satellit...ml#eutelsat-7c

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With BulgariaSat-1 @ 1.9°E the old Eutelsat test area @ 1.6° east may not be practicle so Eutelsat 7C will probably test @ 12.5°west as this location has Eutelsat only a couple of active transponders ATM on Eutelsat 12 West B (incl. 0.2°),
https://www.flysat.com/e12wb.php

Then maybe 7A will move to 12.5 west after 7C has completed tests here @ 12.5 west or a yet to be revealed location.

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Yes, i hope 7A to move on 12.5W later, because now in southeast europe some feed is hard catch even with 1.5+ dish.

Eutelsat when i see have other old satellites, one 12.5W, Eutelsat 5 West A, but will be raplaced later by EUTELSAT 5 WEST B where will not be raplaced by 7A, other is Eutelsat 174A and Eutelsat 33C.

But, before months some Italian channels was moved from 12.5W to 5W, this hint, they clean 12.5W and can be raplaced by 7A.

7A three option to move are 12.5W, 33E or 174E
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Hotbird frequency now active on 13 east + feed on Eutelsat 7A @ 7east 11004 V 4937 in HD
25 min to lift off.
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Ariane 5 launches AT&T T-16 and Eutelsat 7C
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