TRT Avaz Biss Key and Frequency 2021

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TRT Avaz HD TV Channel New Biss Key and Frequency on Türksat 4A at 42.0°East Good Working Feed Kode Here Update Today Latest Transponder New TP Swsatone 2021

TRT Avaz is a channel broadcast by the Turkish Radio and Television Corporation with focusing on Turkey and Balkans. It was launched in Turkey on March 21, 2009 and broadcasts Biss Keys throughout the Balkans, Turkic Central Asia, the Middle East, and the Caucasus.

The channel’s name was announced by President Abdullah Gül as “Avaz”, a word that means “voice” in many Central Asian languages.

TRT Avaz Biss Key and Frequency 2021

Programs are televised in Azeri, Bosnian, Turkmen, Kazakh, Kyrgyz, and Uzbek with Turkish-language subtitles, and include documentaries, talk shows Biss Keys, culture and music programs as well as region-specific films and soap operas. Audiences also have the opportunity to learn Turkish through tutorials.

TRT Avaz Latest Biss Key Today 100% Working Feed CW 2021

TRT Avaz TV HD FTA Biss Key and Frequency on Türksat 4A at 42.0°East Kode 2021
Channel Name
TRT Avaz
Satellite Türksat 4A at 42.0°East
Frequency 12422 V 30000
SID 0001
Today Update May 17.05.2020
Biss Key AF 19 13 DB 23 71 BC 50

Türksat 4A

Türksat 4A is part of the Turksat series of satellites, and was placed in a temporary geosynchronous orbit at 50°E, where it will remain around three months. During this period, orbital and subsystem tests will be conducted. Thenafter, the satellite will be transferred to 42°E Biss Keys to provide telecommunication and direct TV broadcasting services over a wide geographic region between west of China and east of England spanning Turkey, as well as Europe, Central Asia, the Middle East and Africa.

TRT Avaz Biss Key and Frequency 2021 – Türksat 4A has a mass of approximately 4,910 kg (10,820 lb) and an expected on-orbit life time of 15 years. It will consist of 28 Ku band, two Ka band and an undisclosed number of C band transponders. The use of Ka band will allow higher bandwidth communication, and thus reaching the southern regions of the Sahara in Africa that was not possible with former Türksat satellites. Türksat 4A will enable to cut cost of internet access, and will be also available for military-purpose broadcasting. It is expected that Türksat 4A will increase the communications capacity of Turkey three-fold.

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