Nilesat All Biss Keys 2022

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Nilesat 201 at 7.0°West All TV Channels HD FTA New Biss Key Here 100% Good Working Feed Kode Latest New Frequency Transponder 2022

Nilesat-201/EutelSat-7A @7.0°W
TP : 11680 H 27500
SID : 025C
Biss Key : 11 00 00 11 00 00 00 00

African Nations Cup
NileSat 7°West
Programme National
TP: 11680 H 27500
Biss Key: 11 00 00 11 00 00 00 00

Nilesat selected Thales Alenia Space of France and Italy in May 2008 to build the Nilesat 201 satellite Biss Keys, which was launched on 4 August 2010 aboard a European Ariane 5 rocket.

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The Nilesat 201 satellite, which was launched into Nilesat’s 7° West slot, is built on the Thales Alenia Space Spacebus-4000B2 platform and weighs 3,129 kilograms. It carries 24 Ku-band transponders Biss Keys and four transponders in Ka-band for direct-to-home television, radio and data-transmissions in the Middle East and North Africa.

Nilesat All Biss Keys 2022Nilesat, نايلسات or نايل سات) is an Egyptian company and the name of a series of Egyptian communications satellites. It was established in 1996 with the purpose of operating Egyptian satellites and their associated ground control station and uplinking facilities. The company is owned by the Egyptian Radio & Television Union with a 40 per cent share, the Arab Organization for Industrialization with a 10 per cent share, the Egyptian Company for Investment Projects with a 9 per cent share and the rest is owned by the general public, Egyptian Biss Keys financial institutions and other investors. The company has two ground stations, a primary one in 6th of October City and a secondary ground station in Alexandria. The two ground stations were built by EADS Astrium. Nilesat operates multiple geosynchronous communications satellites all of which are stationed at 7 degrees West. Nilesat includes as of 18 January 2008 415 video channels, 300 of which are free-to-air.

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