Intersputnik LMI-1 @ 75° EAST (A Beam)LMI was launched 1999 as a product of a joint venture between Intersputnik and Lockheed Martin Corporation. The satellite in geostationary orbit at 75° Easta has a payload of 44 high-power transponders consists of two payload modules: one C-band module and one Ku-band module.
The C-band module generates two beams (A and B) with hemi-global coverage. The Ku-band module generates a northern and a southern beam.
The satellite is designed for an in-orbit lifetime till 2014. The unique footprints fulfills the growing requirements for reliable and high-quality services all over Russia and the CIS, Europe, South and South East Asia, Africa, the Middle East and Australia.
2way2sat - Internet via Satellite solution for ISPs, Corporate Customers, VoIP-Providers
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