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Supermax sm 3000 hd 3g

supermax sm 3000 3g  New Software Master code 9876 TESTING SOFTWARE FOR DISH TV PLEASE {CHECK} & SEND US COMMENTS DISH TV  WORKING OR NOT     Model Date Version Software Sm 3000hd 3g  08.07.2015 Version V2.1 Download-V2.1 Sm 3000hd 3g 24.08.2015 Version V2.3 Download-V2.3 Sm 3000hd 3g 08.11.2016 Version …

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Russia successfully tested a missile that could cripple US satellites

From https://www.engadget.com/2016/12/21/russia-successful-anti-satellite-missile-test/ Experts say this should be a wake-up call to protect America’s space infrastructure.   According to Pentagon officials, Russia has successfully completed tests of an anti-satellite missile that could be capable of crippling the US military communications and navigation network. The test, which went off on December 16th, …

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China launches carbon dioxide monitoring satellite

From http://www.spacedaily.com/reports/China_launches_carbon_dioxide_monitoring_satellite_999.html China on Thursday launched a satellite to monitor carbon dioxide levels, state media said, making the Asian giant the third country to track the potent contributor to global warming from space. The TanSat probe will allow China to keep a close eye on greenhouse gas emissions and give …

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Ariane 5 soars into the sky with Star One D1, JCSAT-15 satellites

From http://www.spaceflightinsider.com/organizations/arianespace/ariane-5-launches-star-one-d1-jcsat-15-communication-satellites/ On 21 December 2016, Ariane 5 flight VA234 lifted off from Europe’s Spaceport in French Guiana and delivered two telecom satellites, Star One-D1 and JCSat-15, into their planned orbits. Photo Credit: Jeremy Beck / SpaceFlight Insider KOUROU, French Guiana — Arianespace has successfully launched one of its flagship …

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Clayton Mitchell: New Bill for all kiwis to enjoy

From http://www.nzherald.co.nz/bay-news/news/article.cfm?c_id=1503768&objectid=11770959 Another week, another sensible and much-needed bill defeated, but a new opportunity presents itself for debate. We, at New Zealand First will be doing our best to make sure we get this one over the line. Last Thursday saw the defeat of the Bill, in Winston Peters’ name, …

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From the Dish From asiatvro site

Intelsat 19 166.0E 12726 H “Alpha Sat and ERT 1” have left . Express AM5 140.0E 11387 V “7 TV, 8 Kanal and Otkritiy Mir” have started on , Fta. Palapa D 113.0E 3908 H “Ummat TV Quran” is back on , Fta. Palapa D 113.0E 4057 V.”Family Channel Network” …

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53 TV channels, six teleports’ licences up for renewal in ’17

From http://www.indiantelevision.com/regulators/ib-ministry/53-tv-channels-six-teleports-licenses-up-for-renewal-in-17-161221 NEW DELHI: Ministry of Information and Broadcasting (MIB) has conveyed to all TV channels and teleports that licenses for uplink and/or downlink expiring in 2017 should be renewed six months prior to the expiry date. The MIB communication to TV channel and teleports, dated December 16, 2016 and …

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Sony to add 10 channels in 2017

From http://www.indiantelevision.com/television/tv-channels/gecs/sony-to-add-10-new-channels-in-2017-161222 MUMBAI: Sony Pictures Networks India’s new strategic decision is to add entertaining and engaging channels catering to a variety of viewers to its existing bouquet next year. Sony has been working on its plans to expand its portfolio by adding 10 new channels which will include five sports …

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Here’s what the BBC’s HDR breakthrough means for the future of broadcasting

From http://www.in.techradar.com/news/misc/heres-what-the-bbcs-hdr-breakthrough-means-for-the-future-of-broadcasting/articleshow/56130187.cms Hybrid-Log Gamma is set to be the future of broadcast Two companies, Japan’s NHK and the UK’s BBC, have just taken one more step towards broadcast 4K HDR – it’s called Hybrid-Log Gamma. The technology, which has been used to broadcast Planet Earth 2 in 4K to select …

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U.K Freeview embarks on all-HD future

From http://advanced-television.com/2016/12/22/101457/ High definition TV will become the norm in the UK from January 1st 2017 as the Freeview logo is withdrawn from new SD TVs and set-top boxes. Guy North, Managing Director of digital terrestrial TV platform Freeview, described the move as “a landmark moment” in the evolution of …

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