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INTERNATIONAL

ORGANIZATION OF SPACE
COMMUNICATIONS
About INTERSPUTNIK

INTERSPUTNIK International Organization of space


INTERSPUTNIK
Member Countries Communications operates in the satellite
telecommunications market since 1971.
25 countries – members of the Organization.
Provides satellite capacity on the geostationary
satellites to licensed operators.
Offers integrated telecom and broadcasting solutions
via its subsidiary Intersputnik Holding.
Implements joint projects on production of satellite
systems based on its orbital resource.
Customers: telecommunication administrations, public
and private broadcasters, telecom operators, ISPs and
corporate users in over 40 countries.

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INTERSPUTNIK
OPERATIONAL
SATELLITE CAPACITY
OVERVIEW
SATELLITE FLEET OVERVIEW

Under corresponding agreements with the major satellite operators Intersputnik offers
capacity on the following geostationary satellites:
Express-АМ33
Intelsat-8 Express-АМ3 96,5o E Yamal-200
166o E o
140 E 90º E Express-MD1
Express-А4 80o E ABS-1
14º W АBS-1A
АBS-1B
75o E
Intelsat-702
66o E

Express-АМ44
11o W

Intelsat-904
Amos-5i 60o E
17o E
W4 Express-AМ1 Express-AМ22
Africasat-1 Yamal-200
W7 36o E 40o E 49º E 53o E
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46º E 4
Express-А4 (14o West)

С-band
11 transponders, 36 MHz each, one 40 MHz transponder; circular polarization
(right- and left-hand); operating frequency bands: 3.600 GHz – 4.200 GHz
(downlink) and 5.925 GHz – 6.525 GHz (uplink).

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Express-АM44 (11º West)

C-band,
Transatlantic coverage
10 transponders, 40 MHz
each; circular polarization
(right- and left-hand);
operating frequency bands:
3.650 GHz – 4.200 GHz
(downlink) and 5.975 GHz –
6.525 GHz (uplink).

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Аmos-5i (17º East)

C-band, Pan-African beam

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Аmos-5i (17º East)

Ku-band, Ku-1 beam Ku-band, Ku-2 beam

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Eutelsat W4 (36º East)

Ku-band, Russia beam


19 transponders, 33 MHz each;
circular polarization (right- and left-
hand); operating frequency bands:
11.700 GHz – 12.500 GHz
(downlink) and 17.300 GHz –
18.100 GHz (uplink).

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Eutelsat W7 (36º East)

Ku-band, Russia beam


Circular polarization (right- and left-hand); operating frequency bands:
11.700 GHz – 12.200 GHz (downlink) and 17.300 GHz – 18.100 GHz
(uplink).

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Express-AM1 (40o East)

Ku-band, Wide European beam Ku-band, Indian beam


8 transponders, 54 MHz each. 8 transponders, 54 MHz each.

* The satellite is in inclined orbit.

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Africasat-1 (46º East)

C-band
12 transponders, 36 MHz each.
* The satellite is in inclined orbit.

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Yamal-200 №2 (49º East)

C-band
18 transponders, 36 MHz
each.

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Express-AM22 (53o East)

Ku-band,
Wide European beam
8 transponders, 54 MHz
each; linear polarization
(horizontal and vertical);
operating frequency bands:
10.950 GHz – 11.200 GHz,
(downlink) and 14.250 GHz –
14.500 GHz (uplink).

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INTELSAT-904 (60o East)

Ku-band, Beam 1

One 77 MHz transponder,


three 72 MH transponders,
four 36 MHz transponders.

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INTELSAT-702 (66o East)

Ku-band, Beam 2
Ten 26 MHz transponders.

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ABS 1 (75o East)

C-band, Beam А C-band, Beam B


14 transponders, 36 MHz each. 14 transponders, 36 MHz each.

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ABS 1 (75o East)

Ku-band, Northern beam Ku-band, Southern beam


8 transponders, 27 MHz each. 8 transponders, 27 MHz each.

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ABS 1B (W-75) (75o East)

Ku-band, Ku-band,
Central Asian beam Russia beam
* The satellite is in inclined orbit.

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Express-MD1 (80o East)

С-band
8 transponders, 40 MHz each;
circular polarization (right-hand
and left-hand); operating
frequency bands: 3.600 GHz –
4.050 GHz (downlink) and
5.925 GHz– 6.375 GHz
(uplink).

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Yamal-200 №1 (90o East)

C-band

9 transponders, 72 MHz each.

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Express-AM33 (96.5o East)

C-band
10 transponders, 40 MHz each;
circular polarization (right-hand and
left-hand); operating frequency
bands: 3.650 GHz – 4.200 GHz
(downlink) and 5.975 GHz – 6.525
GHz (uplink).

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Express-AM33 (96.5o East)
Ku-band, Beam 1 Ku-band, Beam 2
8 transponders, 54 MHz each; linear polarization 8 transponders, 54 MHz each; linear
(horizontal and vertical); operating frequency polarization (horizontal and vertical); operating
bands: 10.950 GHz – 11.200 GHz, 11.450 GHz – frequency bands: 10.950 GHz – 11.200 GHz,
11.700 GHz (downlink) and 14.000 GHz – 14.500 11.450 GHz – 11.700 GHz (downlink) and
14.000 GHz – 14.500 GHz (uplink).
GHz (uplink).

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Express-AM3 (140o East)

C-band Ku-band

12 transponders, 40 MHz each, 4 transponders, 12 transponders, 54 MHz each; linear


72 MHz each; circular polarization (right-hand polarization (horizontal and vertical);
and left-hand); operating frequency bands: operating frequency bands 10.950 GHz –
3.450 GHz – 4.200 GHz (downlink) and 5.775 11.200 GHz, 11.450 GHz – 11.700 GHz
GHz – 6.525 GHz (uplink). (downlink) and 14.000 GHz – 14.500 GHz
(uplink).

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Intelsat-8 (166o East)

C-band,
Pacific beam

24 transponders,
36 МHz each.

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INTERSPUTNIK
INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION
OF SPACE COMMUNICATIONS

INTERSPUTNIK HOLDING LTD.


INTERNATIONAL GROUP OF
TELECOMMUNICATIONS
OPERATORS
Intersputnik Holding Ltd. –
International Group of Telecommunications
Operators

Intersputnik Holding Ltd. - a wholly-


owned subsidiary of Intersputnik, the
holding company of an international group of Intersputnik Organization
telecommunications operators; 100%

Guidelines for the group’s strategic Intersputnik Holding


development and coordination of cooperation
among partners and subsidiaries; 51%
100%
51%

Acting as a business consultant, investor or Isatel Isatel Isatel


cofounder depending on a given project; Bishkek Moscow Dushanbe

The group includes regional companies,


duly licensed and having requisite
approvals for telecommunications service
provision in a specific region; common
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Intersputnik Holding Ltd. –
Business models

Nationwide Communications Network (NCN model)


„ Deployment of a nationwide communications network to provide state-of-the art
services to government agencies, public and private companies
„ Establishment of an NCN operator in cooperation with Intersputnik Holding Ltd.
or as an independent company
Nationwide Multimedia Network (NMN model)
„ Provision of a nationwide satellite video broadcasting platform
„ Establishment of an NMN operator in cooperation with Intersputnik Holding Ltd.
or as an independent company
Nationwide Satellite System (NSS model)
„ Establishment of a domestic service provider (Phase 1)
„ Temporary use of spacecraft of existing operators (Phase 2)
„ Procurement and launch of a domestic satellite (Phase 3)

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Isatel - Russia

Isatel – a renowned satellite telecommunications


operator and system integrator
Company-owned Technical Center, Moscow, staffed
with skilled personnel to handle any complex tasks
Isatel-owned major teleport in Moscow to interface
with ground networks and customer infrastructure
Partnership programs in progress in several Russian
regions
Assistance to the parent company in establishing and
starting the Group’s companies in countries that show
interest for INTERSPUTNIK’s new concept
Solutions for renowned operators and major corporate
customers

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Isatel Teleport - Moscow

Ten 1.8 m to 7 m antennas


Connection to major switching centers in
Moscow
24/7 customer support
Monitoring and remote control of customer
networks
Point of presence of a large number of ISPs
and VoIP providers
Space for installing customer equipment

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Isatel services - Russia

Wireless corporate networks


Dedicated networks for GSM operators
Networks for fixed operators
Communications backbones
TV distribution networks
Broadband access to the Internet
Space segment lease
Installation and maintenance of earth stations
Sale of satellite equipment in stock

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Isatel - Kyrgyzstan

Group member since October 2007


Fully licensed in Kyrgyzstan as a
telecommunications operator
Company-owned teleport and network
control center in Bishkek
Connection to Kygyztelecom’s
Automatic Exchange 56 for broadband
access to the Internet
Wide range of products and offers
Close cooperation with Isatel-Russia
Aggressive marketing and a solid
customer base

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Isatel teleport - Bishkek

3.8 m, 2.4 m and 1.2 m antennas


VSAT hub
Gateway for communications backbones
Point of presence in Kyrgyztelecom’s network
Company-owned fiber connection to Automatic
Exchange 56
UPS
VSAT equipment in stock for sale
Spares and control instrumentation for current
maintenance
Engineering service channel to Moscow teleport

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Isatel - Tajikistan

Isatel Ltd. – a Tajik satellite telecommunications service


provider
Member of the Intersputnik Holding international group and
subsidiary of the Intersputnik Organization’s Holding company
Company-owned Technical Center in Dushanbe with skilled
personnel
Plans to offer international backbones and a company-owned
VSAT network for lease
Capable of providing services to international businesses in
other countries in cooperation with other companies of the
Group

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Teleport - Dushanbe

Visibility of a wide geostationary orbital arc


3.8 m and 1.2 m antennas
150 m high mast for radio access equipment
Spacious air-conditioned equipment room
Fiber connection to Tajiktelecom’s network
UPS
VSAT equipment in stock for sale

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Communications backbones

Dedicated channels among the


Group’s teleports
High reliability and guaranteed traffic-
carrying capacity
‘Transparent’ channels supporting any
user protocols
Intelsat 704
‘Last mile’ from the teleport to the
customer network
24/7 customer support
Teleport
Bishkek

Teleport
Moscow

Teleport
Dushanbe

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INTERSPUTNIK
INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION
OF SPACE COMMUNICATIONS

TURN-KEY SATELLITE
SYSTEMS PROJECTS
INTERSPUTNIK’s
spectrum/orbit resource

To launch, jointly with partner operators, sophisticated telecommunications satellites


intended for a wide range of telecommunications and broadcasting services – a new
type of business for Intersputnik.
INTERSPUTNIK offers interested telecommunications operators and broadcasters
implementing joint projects using Intersputnik's spectrum/orbit resource.

47.5W 16W 9.5W 3W 1.2E 17E 50.5E 74.9E 75E 78E 98.5E 153.5E
52,5W

The coordination of one or several filings is completed

The coordination conditions are being agreed

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INTERSPUTNIK CONTACT POINTS

INTERSPUTNIK
International Organization of Space
Communications

Corporate Headquarters:
2nd Smolensky per., 1/4,
121099, Moscow, Russia
Tel.: + (7 499) 252 8333,
+ (7 499) 241 7273
Fax: + (7 499) 241 0784
E-mail: dir@intersputnik.com
www.intersputnik.com

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