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PAKSAT EXTENDING YOUR REACH

PAKSAT International operates a fleet of two satellites namely PAKSAT-1R and PAKSAT-MM1. The footprint of the fleet expands across South Asia, Middle East, Africa and Europe. Currently PAKSAT is serving broadcaster, data national Operation and telecommunication capacity in Pakistan and the region

SERVICES

BROADCAST

PAKSAT provides satellite capacity in the region of Middle East, South Asia, Africa and Europe for TV Broadcasters uplinking services, Satellite News Gathering and Contribution.

DTH

With exceptional link reliability and stability even under adverse weather conditions, PAKSAT´s unmatched high-powered Ku-band is ideal for DTH services.

INTERNET

PAKSAT provides excellent coverage allowing service providers to take advantage of growing requirement for broadband internet access in some of the most un-served areas of the world.

DATA

Numerous data network operators are using PAKSAT to offer enterprise connectivity solutions in various sectors like banks, oil companies, health, education and construction.

MCPC

PAKSAT offers MCPC Broadcast service teleport located in Pakistan, providing access to millions of cable households across Middle East, South Asia, Africa and Europe.

TELECOM

With the coverage extending from South Asia to Southern Europe, PAKSAT is becoming the preferred choice for Mobile Operators, Fixed and WLL network operators, LDIs and DNOPs.

SATELLITES

PAKSAT-1R

PAKSAT-1R operates at orbital location of 38° East Longitude and offers C and Ku band coverage in over 75 countries across Europe, Africa, Middle East, South East Asia and Pacific. PAKSAT-1R currently serves a number of regional customers including, TV Broadcasters, Telecom companies, Data and Broadband internet service providers as well as Government organizations.

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PAKSAT MM1

PAKSAT-MM 1 operates at orbital location of 38.2° East Longitude and offers C and Ku band coverage in countries across Middle East, South East Asia, Arabian Sea and Indian Ocean. The satellite carries 28 active transponders with six spares in C-band, powered by 55 watt traveling-wave tube amplifiers (TWTAs), and 20 active transponders with four spares in Ku-band, powered by 140 watt TWTAs.

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