Vermantia DEMO2 biss

Intelsat, S.A. is a communications satellite services provider.

Originally formed as International Telecommunications Satellite Organization (ITSO, or INTELSAT), it was—from 1964 to 2001—an intergovernmental consortium owning and managing a constellation of communications satellites providing international broadcast services.

As of March 2011, Intelsat operates a fleet of 52 communications satellites, which is one of the world’s largest fleet of commercial satellites. They claim to serve around 1,500 customers and employ a staff of approximately 1,100 people.

Vermantia DEMO2

Note the detail of Vermania Demo2 technical detail and biss key.

Vermantia DEMO2 
Intelsat 905 @ 24.5° West
11133 V  14115 –Biss  SID:0005
Biss:2A 6F 0B A4 2E 1C 6D B7 
About Intelsat 905 @ 24.5° West
Satellite Name: Intelsat 905 (IS-905)
Status: active
Position: 24° W (24.5° W)
NORAD: 27438
Cospar number: 2002-027A
Operator: Intelsat
Launch date: 5-Jun-2002
Launch site: Guiana Space Center
Launch vehicle: Ariane 44L
Launch mass (kg): 4723
Dry mass (kg): 1984
Manufacturer: Space Systems Loral (SSL)
Model (bus): LS-1300
Orbit: GEO
Expected lifetime: 13 yrs.
Call sign: S2409
Beacon(s): 3947.5RHCP, 3948.0RHCP, 3950.0V, 3952.0RHCP, 3952.5RHCP, 11198RHCP, 11452RHCP

44 C-band and 12 Ku-band transponders, broadcasting, business services, direct-to-home TV broadcasting, telecommunications, VSAT networks


  • C-band East Hemi Beam (active)
  • C-band Global Beam (active)
  • C-band North East Zone Beam (active)
  • C-band North West Zone Beam (active)
  • C-band South East Zone Beam (active)
  • C-band South West Zone Beam (active)
  • C-band West Hemi Beam (active)
  • Ku-band Spot 1 Beam (active)
  • Ku-band Spot 2 Beam (active)
  • Ku-band Spot 2 Beam (retired)

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