ITU accepts proposal for Serbian orbital position

Friday 21 May 2021 | 15:42 CET | News
The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) has accepted the proposal of a single orbital position of 26.7 degrees West and the frequency channels of future satellite networks of the Republic of Serbia for the FSS (Fixed Satellite Service) and BSS (Broadcast Satellite Service). Previously, the Republic of Serbia did not have an assigned allocation, but there was a shared orbital position of 43.04 degrees East for all countries of the region (allocated to the former state of SFR Yugoslavia).

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Companies: ITU
Countries: Serbia
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