DTH

 

1. AIR KANNADA – Uplink – 6337 Mhz, Downlink – 4112.000 MHz

2. FM RAINBOW  – Uplink – 6336.6 Mhz, Downlink – 4111.600 MHz. 

3. RAAGAM           – Uplink – 6339 Mhz, Downlink- 4114 Mhz.(Launched on 26/01/2016)

Both these channels are available through a Free To Air DTH platform, DD Direct Plus.

   DD DIRECT PLUS

DTH SERVICES CHANGED FROM INSAT 4 B TO GSAT 15 ON 01/02/2016.

GSAT 15 -93.5 E, SYMBOL RATE 29500 M Symbols/sec

TP 11090,11170,11510 & 11470

11470- DTH KANNADA.

11510- RAINBOW & RAAGAM.

POLARIZATION -VERTICAL

  Direct-to-Home (DTH) satellite television is becoming a buzzword in the satellite broadcast industry due to the fact that DTH offers immense opportunities to both broadcasters and viewers. Thanks to the rapid development of digital technology, DTH broadcast operators worldwide have been able to introduce a large number of new interactive applications in the television market besides a large number of entertainment programmes over a single delivery platform. In addition, since digital technology permits a highly efficient exploitation of the frequency spectrum, the number of TV channels that can be broadcast using digital technology is significantly higher than with analogue technology. The increased number of television channels allows the operator to satisfy the demand of a number of niche markets with dedicated transmissions.

Transmission in Ku band is most appropriate and widely used for the purpose. As mentioned above, all the encoded transmission signals are digital – thus providing higher resolution picture quality and better audio than traditional analog signals. All the advantages of the digital transmission, as applicable to the terrestrial transmission are relevant in the satellite transmission also.