Mir Service on ABS satellite using biss

ABS, short for Asia Broadcast Satellite, is a Bermuda-based administrator of correspondence satellites. Its administrations incorporate satellite-to-home and satellite-to-digital TV appropriation, cell administrations, and web administrations. The organization built up media communications arranges in Africa, Russia, Asia and the Middle East. The administration right now covers 80% of the populace in the Americas, Africa, Asia Pacific, Europe, the Middle East, Russia, and Commonwealth of Independent States.[1] The organization means to grow their satellite armada by two, from six correspondence satellites to eight satellites, in 2015. As of March 2015, one of the two arranged satellites has propelled, and is as of now moving to the objective circle.

ABS-2/2A 74.9° East
11508 V 3100 MPEG2 4.2.0
iD: MIR Service ABS-2
CW BISS: 46 44 DD 67 44 B3 B9 B0

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