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Unofficial:Tatasky to increase frequency capacity to 16
Monday 02-January-2012, 14:20,
RE: Unofficial:Tatasky to increase frequency capacity to 16
They May Bring The VERTICAL TP, But At What Cost... Because The SAT Is Made For Some Life-Span and Putting Extra Load Will Reduce Its Life...

From My Side Both Ways TATASky Is Stuck... Smile
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Monday 02-January-2012, 18:42,
RE: Unofficial:Tatasky to increase frequency capacity to 16
ha ha what a joke after so many years they are thinking of increasingfrequency but how no one knows
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Monday 02-January-2012, 20:10,
RE: Unofficial:Tatasky to increase frequency capacity to 16
So Any hope for TS users??
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Monday 02-January-2012, 21:43,
RE: Unofficial:Tatasky to increase frequency capacity to 16
(Monday 02-January-2012, 14:20)greatsadiq Wrote: They May Bring The VERTICAL TP, But At What Cost... Because The SAT Is Made For Some Life-Span and Putting Extra Load Will Reduce Its Life...

From My Side Both Ways TATASky Is Stuck... Smile
How satellite's life will be reduced?

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Monday 02-January-2012, 22:53,
RE: Unofficial:Tatasky to increase frequency capacity to 16
(Monday 02-January-2012, 13:41)aumnamonarayana Wrote: bcoz they did not get permission from isro earlier


is there any proof about this permission like that?
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Tuesday 03-January-2012, 08:39,
RE: Unofficial:Tatasky to increase frequency capacity to 16
(Monday 02-January-2012, 21:43)amatan Wrote:
(Monday 02-January-2012, 14:20)greatsadiq Wrote: They May Bring The VERTICAL TP, But At What Cost... Because The SAT Is Made For Some Life-Span and Putting Extra Load Will Reduce Its Life...

From My Side Both Ways TATASky Is Stuck... Smile
How satellite's life will be reduced?
The LifeSpan Is To Power Existing C-Band and Ku-Band TP's and If Extra Load Is Put Then LifeSpan Is Reduced... POWERING...


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Tuesday 03-January-2012, 10:40,
RE: Unofficial:Tatasky to increase frequency capacity to 16
(Tuesday 03-January-2012, 08:39)greatsadiq Wrote:
(Monday 02-January-2012, 21:43)amatan Wrote:
(Monday 02-January-2012, 14:20)greatsadiq Wrote: They May Bring The VERTICAL TP, But At What Cost... Because The SAT Is Made For Some Life-Span and Putting Extra Load Will Reduce Its Life...

From My Side Both Ways TATASky Is Stuck... Smile
How satellite's life will be reduced?
The LifeSpan Is To Power Existing C-Band and Ku-Band TP's and If Extra Load Is Put Then LifeSpan Is Reduced... POWERING...
How it will reduce the life? Battery will finish or fuel on it will finish?


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Tuesday 03-January-2012, 12:12,
RE: Unofficial:Tatasky to increase frequency capacity to 16
The Fuel They Carry [Liquid]

Anyways Here Is One TELECOM Student Who Studied Satellite Systems For One Year Has Given The Following Comments...

The life span of satellites depends largely on their size , or to be
precise , it depends on how much liquid fuel they carry aboard , the
liquid fuel is used to operate small rocket engines , the rocket engines
are very important for the satellite (there are three types of forces
acting on the satellite in space causing the satellite to deviate from
its course) , the ground station on earth uses these small rockets to
perform maneuvers necessary to keep the satellite in the same position
in the sky (usually they perform two maneuvers every two weeks,
north-south maneuver & east-west maneuver)so we can direct our
antenna's here at earth(parabolic reflectors or dish) to this specific
point in space & receive the broadcasted TV & radio channels
& also to send telecommands from the ground station on earth to
control the satellite , otherwise we need a special type of antenna's
(half a billion US$ each) to track & locate the satellite , the
largest satellites out there are the communication satellites
(tv,radio,telephony) & they use the geostationary orbit (about
36,000 km above sea level & above the equator) & i should note
that the satellite orbit around the earth depends on the speed of the
satellite , once the satellite is delivered to its orbit by the rocket
it was carried on, the satellite will take that orbit speed , comm. sat.
also have the longest life span (it’s a round 20yrs these days) ,
before the satellite runs out of fuel , the ground station performs one
last maneuver to send the satellite to a place called (the satellite
graveyard) , it’s an orbit around the earth used to retire old useless
satellites & they become junk on space , a growing problem , this is
when in it come to satellites using the geostationary orbit , for
satellites using lower orbits they may be put on re-entry course so they
burn before they reach the earth.
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Tuesday 03-January-2012, 13:22,
RE: Unofficial:Tatasky to increase frequency capacity to 16
nicely explained mr.sadiq
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Tuesday 03-January-2012, 22:22,
RE: Unofficial:Tatasky to increase frequency capacity to 16
(Tuesday 03-January-2012, 12:12)greatsadiq Wrote: The Fuel They Carry [Liquid]

Anyways Here Is One TELECOM Student Who Studied Satellite Systems For One Year Has Given The Following Comments...

The life span of satellites depends largely on their size , or to be
precise , it depends on how much liquid fuel they carry aboard , the
liquid fuel is used to operate small rocket engines , the rocket engines
are very important for the satellite (there are three types of forces
acting on the satellite in space causing the satellite to deviate from
its course) , the ground station on earth uses these small rockets to
perform maneuvers necessary to keep the satellite in the same position
in the sky (usually they perform two maneuvers every two weeks,
north-south maneuver & east-west maneuver)so we can direct our
antenna's here at earth(parabolic reflectors or dish) to this specific
point in space & receive the broadcasted TV & radio channels
& also to send telecommands from the ground station on earth to
control the satellite , otherwise we need a special type of antenna's
(half a billion US$ each) to track & locate the satellite , the
largest satellites out there are the communication satellites
(tv,radio,telephony) & they use the geostationary orbit (about
36,000 km above sea level & above the equator) & i should note
that the satellite orbit around the earth depends on the speed of the
satellite , once the satellite is delivered to its orbit by the rocket
it was carried on, the satellite will take that orbit speed , comm. sat.
also have the longest life span (it’s a round 20yrs these days) ,
before the satellite runs out of fuel , the ground station performs one
last maneuver to send the satellite to a place called (the satellite
graveyard) , it’s an orbit around the earth used to retire old useless
satellites & they become junk on space , a growing problem , this is
when in it come to satellites using the geostationary orbit , for
satellites using lower orbits they may be put on re-entry course so they
burn before they reach the earth.
In this where he told that adding non existent tps will reduce the life of the satellite? Also did he tell that more fuel means more power to the tps? or atleast more power to the tps will use more fuel?

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