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List of Satellites avaiable in India
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<td style="padding: 5px;">Eurobird 2 at 25.5°E:
Mumbai Az 253 El 33.02
Bangalore Az 259.91 El 29.71
Delhi Az 248.93 El 25.47
Chennai Az 260.76 El 26.88
Bhopal Az 252 El 27</td>
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<td style="padding: 5px;">PAKSAT 1 at 38.0°E:
Mumbai Az 245 El 45
Delhi Az 240 El 36
Bhopal Az 245 El 38</td>
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<td style="padding: 5px;">INTELSAT-12 (PAS 12) at 45.0°E:
Mumbai Az 238 El 51
Bangalore Az 250 El 49
Delhi Az 232 El 41
Chennai Az 252 El 46
Bhopal Az 238 El 44
Kolkata Az 248 El 35
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<td style="padding: 5px;">YAMAL 202 at 49.0°E:
Mumbai Az 233 El 55
Bangalore Az 248 El 54
Kolkata Az 245 39
Delhi Az 228 El 44
Chennai Az 250 El 51
Bhopal Az 234 El 48</td>
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<td style="padding: 5px;">NSS 703 at 57.0°E:
Mumbai Az 221 El 61
Bangalore Az 239 El 61
Delhi Az 217 El 49
Chennai Az 242 El 58
Bhopal Az 223 El 54
Kolkata Az 238 El 46
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<td style="padding: 5px;">INTELSAT 902 at 62.0°E:
Mumbai Az 210 El 64
Bangalore Az 231 El 66
Delhi Az 209 El 52
Chennai Az 235 El 63
Bhopal Az 215 El 57
Kolkata Az 232 El 50</td>
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<td style="padding: 5px;">INTELSAT 906 at 64.0°E:
Mumbai Az 205 El 65
Bangalore Az 227 El 68
Delhi Az 206 El 53
Chennai Az 232 El 65
Bhopal Az 211 El 58
Kolkata Az 230 El 52</td>
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<td style="padding: 5px;">INTELSAT 7/10 (PAS 7/10) AT 68.50°E:
Mumbai Az 193 El 67
Bangalore Az 215 El 71
Delhi Az 197 El 55
Chennai Az 222 El 69
Bhopal Az 202 El 61
Kolkata Az 223 El 55</td>
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<td style="padding: 5px;">EUTELSAT W5 at 70.0°E:
Mumbai Az 187 El 68
Bangalore Az 208 El 73
Delhi Az 194 El 56
Chennai Az 217 El 71
Bhopal Az 197 El 62
Kolkata Az 220 El 57</td>
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<td style="padding: 5px;">INSAT 3C / EDUSAT at 74.0°E:
Mumbai Az 176 El 67
Bangalore Az 195 El 74
Delhi Az 186 El 56
Chennai Az 206 El 73
Bhopal Az 189 El 62
Kolkata Az 213 El 59</td>
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<td style="padding: 5px;">INSAT 4CR at 74.0°E:
Mumbai Az 176 El 67
Bangalore Az 195 El 74
Delhi Az 186 El 56
Chennai Az 206 El 73
Bhopal Az 189 El 62
Kolkata Az 213 El 59</td>
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<td style="padding: 5px;">ABS 1 at 75.0°E:
Mumbai Az 173 El 73
Bangalore Az 191 El 74
Delhi Az 184 El 56
Chennai Az 202 El 73
Bhopal Az 186 El 62
Kolkata Az 212 El 59</td>
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<td style="padding: 5px;">TELSTAR 10 / APSTAR 2R at 76.5°E:
Mumbai Az 168 El 67
Bangalore Az 184 El 74
Delhi Az 181 El 56
Chennai Az 196 El 73
Bhopal Az 183 El 63
Kolkata Az 209 El 60</td>
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<td style="padding: 5px;">THAICOM 5 at 78.5°E:
Mumbai Az 163 El 66
Bangalore Az 175 El 74
Delhi Az 177 El 56
Chennai Az 187 El 74
Bhopal Az 178 El 63
Kolkata Az 204 El 61</td>
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<td style="padding: 5px;">EXPRESS AM2 at 80.0°E:
Mumbai Az 158 El 66
Bangalore Az 169 El 74
Delhi Az 174 El 56
Chennai Az 181 El 74
Bhopal Az 174 El 63
Kolkata Az 201 El 62</td>
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<td style="padding: 5px;">INSAT 4A/2E/3B (APR1) at 83.0°E:
Mumbai Az 151 El 64
Bangalore Az 157 El 73
Delhi Az 168 El 55
Chennai Az 168 El 74
Bhopal Az 166 El 62
Kolkata Az 194 El 63</td>
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<td style="padding: 5px;">ST 1 at 88.0°E:
Mumbai Az 140 El 61
Bangalore Az 140 El 70
Delhi Az 158 El 54
Chennai Az 149 El 72
Bhopal Az 155 El 60
Kolkata Az 181 El 63</td>
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<td style="padding: 5px;">YAMAL 201 at 90.0°E:
Mumbai Az 136 El 60
Bangalore Az 135 El 69
Delhi Az 154 El 53
Chennai Az 142 El 70
Bhopal Az 151 El 59
Kolkata Az 176 El 63</td>
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<td style="padding: 5px;">MEASAT 3 at 91.5°E:
Mumbai Az 133 El 59
Bangalore Az 132 El 67
Delhi Az 152 El 53
Chennai Az 139 El 70
Bhopal Az 148 El 58
Kolkata Az 172 El 63</td>
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<td style="padding: 5px;">INSAT 4B/3A at 93.5°E:
Mumbai Az 130 El 57
Bangalore Az 128 El 66
Delhi Az 148 El 52
Chennai Az 134 El 68
Bhopal Az 144 El 57
Kolkata Az 167 El 63</td>
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<td style="padding: 5px;">NSS 6 at 95.0°E:
Mumbai Az 128 El 56
Bangalore Az 125 El 65
Delhi Az 146 El 51
Chennai Az 131 El 67
Bhopal Az 141 El 56
Kolkata Az 163 El 62</td>
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<td style="padding: 5px;">ASIASAT 2 at 100.5°E:
Mumbai Az 121 El 51
Bangalore Az 117 El 59
Delhi Az 138 El 47
Chennai Az 121 El 62
Bhopal Az 133 El 52
Kolkata Az 151 El 60</td>
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<td style="padding: 5px;">ASIASAT 3S at 105.5°E:
Mumbai Az 116 El 46
Bangalore Az 112 El 54
Delhi Az 131 El 44
Chennai Az 115 El 57
Bhopal Az 127 El 48
Kolkata Az 141 El 57
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<td style="padding: 5px;">PALAPA C2 at 113.0°E:
Mumbai Az 111 El 39
Bangalore Az 107 El 46
Delhi Az 123 El 38
Chennai Az 109 El 49
Bhopal Az 119 El 42
Kolkata Az 130 El 52</td>
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<td style="padding: 5px;">ASIASAT 4 at 122.0°E:
Mumbai Az 105 El 30
Delhi Az 116 El 31
Chennai Az 104 El 40
Bhopal Az 112 El 34
Kolkata Az 120 El 44</td>
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<td style="padding: 5px;">JCSAT 3A at 128.0°E:
Mumbai Az 102 El 24
Bangalore Az 100 El 30
Delhi Az 111 El 25
Chennai Az 101 El 33
Bhopal Az 108 El 28
Kolkata Az 115 El 38</td>
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In above tables, Az- Azimuth & El - Elevation

Here is the explanation of Azimuth and Elevation

Azimuth and elevation refer to the satellite TV dish pointing angles.



Azimuth

Azimuth refers to the rotation of the whole antenna around a vertical axis. It is the side to side angle. Typically you loosen the main mount bracket and swing the whole dish all the way around in a 360 deg circle.

By definition North is 0 deg, East is 90 deg, South is 180 deg and west is 270 deg. North can also be called 360 deg.

Note that you find a satellite by pre-setting the elevation accurately and then swinging the whole antenna boldly in azimuth till the signal locks up - so an approximate azimuth angle is normally sufficient.

The dish pointing calculator gives the required azimuth angle both relative to true north and relative to magnetic compass north.

When using a magnetic compass keep away from metal structures. This is obviously a problem in many cases both with the antenna steelwork and building structures. If, for example, you have a close angle clearance problem with say an adjacent wall then you may need to walk some distance away and sight towards the satellite from say 50 yards back. Large scale precision maps / plans can be useful in accurately defining angles. Also consider long range views of say church towers that might provide an accurate azimuth reference.

If you are in the northern hemisphere then remember that the sun rises in the east, reaches its highest angle at due south and sets in the west.
If you are in the southern hemisphere then remember that the sun rises in the east, reaches its highest angle at due north and sets in the west.

If you are away from the equator and it is a sunny day you can approximately determine south simply by considering where the sun is and the general time of day. To calculate sun or moon angles at any time go here http://aa.usno.navy.mil/data/docs/AltAz.php Sun or moon altitude is the same thing as elevation angle.

If you are near the equator note where the sun rose this morning - that is approximately east.

The north pole star gives a good fix if you are in the northern hemisphere and not too close to the equator. Here is how to find true north using the pole star.

Some GPS receivers show a view of the sky with the sun and moon marked. Line up with one of these and you have a good bearings. Also with GPS you can walk a while in a straight line and determine the azimuth bearing angle of that line.


Elevation

Elevation refers to the angle between the dish pointing direction, directly towards the satellite, and the local horizontal plane. It is the up-down angle.

When your dish is pointed low down near the horizon the elevation angle is only a few degrees. At low elevation angles, below 5 deg at C band and 10 deg at Ku band, the path through the atmosphere is longer and the signals are degraded by rain attenuation and rain thermal noise. Scintillation also occurs, particularly in hot humid weather. This causes increases and decreases in the signal level every several seconds for many hours, like the twinkling of a star.

When your dish is pointed almost straight up the elevation angle is nearly 90 degrees. Sites near the equator may require you to point to almost 90 deg elevation angle when the longitude of the satellite is similar to the longitude of the site location. In high elevation cases watch out for the possibility of rain water collecting in the dish.

It is easy to set up the elevation angle accurately, using:

(a) a scale marked on the mount bracket. This is almost essential for 'offset antennas' with the feed at the bottom on an arm. Make sure the pole mount is vertical using a bubble level or weighted string in two positions at right angles around the pole. The offset angle may be documented in the installation instructions.

(b) using an inclinometer. These typically have a bubble level and a rotary scale marked in degrees. Think about low angles (near zero), the 45 deg half way angle and high angles (towards 90 deg) and make sure that your scale readings make sense. You may need to add or subtract 90 or 180 deg and even to read the scale backwards. If you are using an axi-symmetric dish the back of the dish is normally at right angles to the beam and there may be some suitable flat part where you can apply the inclinometer.

© If you don't have an inclinometer then make an inclinometer using a piece of card, a length of cotton and a small weight (small metal nut, for example). Make a hole near one edge and insert the thread so that the weight dangles across the card. Draw on the card the exact elevation angle required using a school compass or two lines at right angles and trigonometry (tan function suggested) at Start, Programmes, Accessories, Calculator, Scientific mode. This kind of home made device can be far more accurate that a small inclinometer sold in a DIY store. For large dishes a long plumb line can be used and sideways measurements used with tan tables to determine angles accurately.

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nice info
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Nice piece of info. Can i know what data is given against each city name?
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@Arun,

I have updated the first post. You can check it.
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