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bangabandhu satellite

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Transcript of bangabandhu satellite

Welcome to Bangabandhu Satellite 1
Satellite History
How to a Satellites Work
Bangabandu Satellites History
Present Status (A to Z)
Types: Bangabandu Satellite
Advantage : Bangabandu Satellite

Bangabandhu Satellites Overview
How Satellites Work
Today almost all the modern and enlightened nations have their own satellite in the orbit. A sovereign country, in a pursuit of sustainable development, needs its own satellite in order to reduce its dependency on other nations. t had a long cherished dream of having country’s first satellite. In order to materialize the dream, BTRC formed a committee in April, 2008 which was then reformed in January, 2010. This committee performed various important activities like submission of electronic filing for 102" E and 69" E to ITU, but now government has decided to procure 119.2 east longitude orbital slot from Russian company Intersputnik to launch the country’s first ever satellite, Bangabandhu Satellite-1. BTRC formulated a project with the title “Preparatory functions and Supervision in Launching a Communication and Broadcasting Satellite”-which was then approved by the government on 26 January, 2012 with an estimated project cost of Taka 8,681.51 lakh and with an implementation tenure from 01 July, 2011 to 30 June, 2015.
Bangabandu Satellites History
The First Satellites

The theory of satellites was simple enough - shoot something out into space at the right speed and on the correct trajectory and it will stay up there, orbiting Earth, for years - if not forever. If the orbit is the right distance in space the satellite will keep pace with the rotation of the Earth.
Pioneer Satellites (1957)

Early in October 1957 communications stations started picking up a regular beeping noise coming from space.

The signals were coming from Russia's Sputnik 1, the world's first man-made satellite.

It was January 1958, before a Jupiter rocket successfully launched Explorer 1, the first American satellite. 

Satellite History
1: Slot Decided: 119.2 east longitude
2. Slot Procure Country: Russian ( Intersputnik )
3. Slot Price: $28m (15 Years)
4. launch of the satellite by December 16, 2017.
5. Slot Conduct Signing :
Present Status (A to Z)
Bangabandhu Satellite 1
1. A Earth Station sends message in GHz range. (Uplink)

2. Satellite Receive and retransmit signals back. (Downlink)

3.Other Earth Stations receive message in useful strength area. (Footprint)

Main Satellite signed contract
1. Satellite manufactured Country : France
2. Name of Compnay : THALES ALENIA SPACE
3. Contract Cost: USD 250 million
4. Contract Signed Date: November 11, 2015
Types: Bangabandu Satellite

Bangabandhu Satellite is the 1st Satellite in our country. we are 57 no country there are own satellite. Bangabandhu Satellite 1 will be fitted with 26 Ku-Band and 14 C-Band transponders. The satellite’s coverage zone encompasses the Bangladesh and the surrounding region. This system will offer capacity in Ku-Band over Bangladesh and its territorial waters of the Bay of Bengal, India, Nepal, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Philippines and Indonesia; it will also provide capacity in C-Band over the whole region. Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission(BTRC) to build the telecommunications satellite, Bangabandhu,
Advantage : Bangabandu Satellite

1. Save money for existing national users of satellite services, goverment & enterprise alike.
2. Create new service for Govt. Enterprise and consumers.
3. Create new jobs to operate the satellite & to manage the overall traffic though the satellite.
4. Create social & community benefits, for example, first response communication in disaster areas.
5. Revenue genereation opportunity though national & international sales of bandwidth & services as well as license fees from new services.
6. One of the great benefits for Bangladesh of lunching Bangabandhu Satellite is having a knowledge based society of space generation.
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