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Friday, November 19, 2010

About the AMOS-5 Satellite

Scheduled to begin service in 2011 at 17°E — a new orbital slot over Africa — the AMOS-5 satellite will position Spacecom at the forefront of Africa’s emerging satellite services market.

Once in orbit, the AMOS-5 satellite will feature a fixed pan-African C-band beam and three steerable Ku-band beams — all covering Africa with connectivity to Europe and the Middle East and supporting multiple transponders in both C-band and Ku-band.

The AMOS-5 satellite will offer Spacecom customers a wide range of satellite services, including:




  • Direct-to-home (DTH) broadcasting


  • VSAT communications and broadband Internet


  • Telephony services


  • Data trunking


  • Cellular backhaul


  • Video distribution


Together with the AMOS-2 and the AMOS-3 satellites co-located at Spacecom’s 4°W orbital “hot spot,” the AMOS-5 satellite will give customers coverage over many of the world’s fastest growing and highest-demand satellite markets in the Middle East, Central and Eastern Europe, Central Asia and Africa.





AMOS-5 Satellite Coverage Maps



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