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Palapa D All/Full Channel Biss Keys 2021

Palapa D at 113.0°East All/List Full Channel HD New Biss Keys and Frequency Good Working Feed Kode Here Update Today Latest Transponder New TP 2021

Palapa D 113.0’E
TP: 3786 H 5632
SID :0001
KEY: 12 34 56 9C 65 43 21 C9

Palapa D at 113°E
Tennis WTA on O Channel
Freq.3835 H 7000
Freq.4732 H 12250
Key.67 BD 4 86C 93A C 64 A3

Palapa sat D 113°E
EFL.Champions League on TVRI
Freq.3768 H 4000
Freq.3763 H 3500
Key.15 A6 20 DB 18 FB 08 1B

FREQ: 3768 H 4000
SID: 0003
BISS KEY: AB801742CD201906

cobaan heula
• Palapa d
3835 H 7000 (Mpeg/2)
53 DA 67 94 89 5A D7 BA
23 A5 67 2F 31 B3 8C 70

Palapa D (113.0°E) MWD / MWD Variety
4110 H 11670 (MPEG4/$) SID: 0001 / 0004
Biss :30 28 BC 14 FB 1C DE F5


Piala Presiden: Perseru Serui vs PS TNI (KO: 19.30)

→Palapa D (113.0°E):
•Ochannel mpeg2
►3835 H 7000 (MPEG2/$)
►SID: 0003
►71 AE 43 62 8D 3C 44 0D #1
►9C 48 AD 91 48 7A C98B #2

→Palapa D (113.0°E):
►4131 H 12250 (MPEG4/$)
►SID: 0003
►71 AE 43 62 8D 3C 44 0D #1
►9C 48 AD 91 48 7A C98B #2

Palapa D at 113.0°East

Palapa-D, also known as Palapa D1, is an Indonesian geostationary communications satellite which is operated by Indosat Ooredoo. It was built by Thales Alenia Space, based on the Spacebus-4000B3 satellite bus, and carries 35 G/H band and 5 J band transponders (US IEEE C and Ku bands respectively). It is positioned in geostationary orbit at a longitude of 113° East, where it will replace the Palapa C2 satellite.

Indosat ordered Palapa-D Biss Keys from Thales Alenia Space in 2007. The satellite was built without using American components, and was therefore not restricted by US International Traffic in Arms Regulations, which allowed the China Great Wall Industry Corporation to be selected as a launch service provider.


A Long March 3B rocket, flying from Launch Area 2 at the Xichang Satellite Launch Centre was used to launch Palapa-D. A problem with the third stage of its carrier rocket left it in an incorrect orbit, which was subsequently corrected using the spacecraft’s onboard propulsion system.

After launch, Palapa-D Biss Keys was to have separated from its carrier rocket into a geosynchronous transfer orbit, however one of its two identical upper-stage engines failed to deliver the necessary thrust, resulting in it reaching a lower orbit than planned. The 400 newton apogee motor of the satellite was subsequently used, in a non-nominally mode to raise it into geostationary orbit.

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