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SES Global Access Network
With our Global Access Network we ensure
our customers are connected to the world’s
leading satellite fleet, through our extensive
fibre reach and our network of teleports.
September 2011 (Date in Arial Regular 10 pt) Document Name (Name in Arial Regular 10 pt) 7
SES Proprietary and Confidential 8
SES-10 – 50 Ku band transponders (2 H 2016) @ 67 West
▲SES-10 HSA Beam
▲12 x 36 MHz plus 8 x 54 MHz in Brazil
NSS-806: Creating a New Video Community
▲NSS-806 was relocated from 40.5°W to 47.5°W,
The same hemispheric coverage that made 40.5ºW a
success now with a better elevation angle for Mexico.
▲It will be used extensively for Brazil´s World Cup in
2014. Excellent opportunity for the Olympics for 2016.
▲SES is providing antennas and LNBs for cable head-
ends and DTH Head ends in Latin America. Typical
size is 3.7 meter. Program starting in Mexico,
Colombia and Argentina, but available for all Latin
▲Dual feeder (40.5° West and 47.5° West) is an
alternative for sites with limited space (4.5 meter or
3.7 meter) and could also provide contingency for
▲NSS-806 will provide Expansion for Latin America’s Premier Video Neighborhood
▲SES’ second video
community for Latin America
Key Facts about NSS-806
▲To provide redundancy for Latin America’s premier video neighborhood
▲ Offers strong redundancy for SES-6, SES’ premier
▲ Provides additional C- and Ku-Band capacity to
the region that will serve both cable and DTH
▲ C-Band frequencies to provide growth capacity
for video distribution content to Latin America,
the U.S., and Europe
▲ Uplink to downlink connectivity between beams to
facilitate video distribution
▲ High-power hemispheric beam delivering
▲ SES’ fully funded antenna program
▲+36 C, +6 Ku
SES-6 planned C band antenna program
▲ Provides additional C- capacity to the
region that will serve the cable distribution
▲ SES is providing an upgrade on existing
antennas pointed to SES-6 in specific
markets in LA.
▲ Brazil should have 100% penetration in 2014:
▲ DTH Operators : Sky Brazil, Vivo TV, Oi TV,
Claro TV, GVT, Sercomtel, Nossa TV
▲ Cable : NET, Vivo TV, Blue TV
▲ Others : Bandeirantes TV, Globo TV,
Globosat, Terra, Sport Interativo, FFworks,
▲SES can provide immediate transmission
from US in the planned C band to Brazil
Antenna Program for SES-6 – planned C band
▲LO - 5.75
▲STB Input Range:
▲(Standard C )
▲Standard C Band
▲3625 to 4200 MHz
▲Planned C Band
▲4500 to 4800 MHz
• SES has developed, with its
manufacturer partners, a modified
feeder and LNB
• Feeder and LNB operate in
the full C band : 3625 to
• SES is providing a kit, with a
feeder and LNB´s for cable
operators in the region , to upgrade
• In specific sites, SES is providing
3.7 meter or dual feed 4.5 meter
▲First NET installation in Fortaleza,
Brazil. Feeder does not affect the
quality of reception in the standard C
Band and allows the site to operate in
full 800 MHz per polarization.
▲SES is upgrading 59 antennas for
NET Brazil, covering 200 cities and 6.1
million subscribers (34% of Brazil´s pay
Multiple feed C-Band antennas
• Allows simultaneous reception
of two or three satellites with
• Commercially available. Normal
sizes of 3.7 m and 4.5 meter for
SES won two slots : 48 West in C, Ku and Ka bands and 64 West in Ku BSS band
@ 48 West has 4 years to deploy a new satellite.
• SES will operate NSS-806 at this location in C and Ku bands – End of life is April 2018.
• Replacement should be procured until the end of this year.
▲ @ 64 West (BSS) SES has up to 6 years to deploy a new satellite.
• Strategic position in the middle of the DTH arc in Brazil (from 43 West to 70 West)
• High Power – original Brazilian planned slot.
• SES will leverage its vast experience in providing BSS bands for its customers in Europe and
• SES is an infrastructure service provider – not a DTH player.
SES will operate under SES DTH do Brasil Ltda the two orbital positions. Company
incorporated in São Paulo.