The satellite of the digital age and the TV of the future
The Star One D2 is the largest in useful life and size in our fleet, with four times more power in the C-band than its predecessors.
Ideal for companies that want to have a greater offer of TV, data and internet channels. It is in a privileged orbital position and with its 4 transmission bands (Ka, Ku, C and X bands) it guarantees wide coverage and quality for the most diverse applications.
Digitization of satellite dishes
Greater offer of video channels
Images broadcast in high definition
The Star One D2 was manufactured by Maxar and launched by the Ariane 5 rocket from French Guiana.
Based on the 1300E platform, it has power of 19.3 kW, total mass of 6,200 kg and a useful life of 18 years. It has the Star Tracker pointing system and has hybrid propulsion.
In the orbital position of 70.0°W, the satellite reaches Brazil and all of Latin America. It has 4 transmission bands: Ka Band, Ku Band, C Band and X Band, which guarantees greater coverage flexibility.
It is equipped with 28 C- Band transponders (signal receivers and transmitters), 24 Ku- Band transponders and a Ka-Band payload for commercial use, in addition to an X-Band payload for military use.