A SPORTS HD Biss Key 2022
A Sports HD is a Pakistani sports channel. It was launched on October 16, 2021 and is a part of ARY Digital Network which earlier planned in 2016. On 9 October 2021, Wasim Akram, Waqar Younis, Wahab Riaz, Misbah ul Haq announced to join as its sports analysts.
Waqar Younis said: “Delighted to announce my joining with A sports, Pakistan’s 1st HD channel that will bring you all the ICC T20 World Cup 2021 matches. I’m all excited and looking forward to work with Salman Iqbal and his ARY professional team. Analysis & opinions on ur HD screens.”
Salman Iqbal, who also owns Pakistan Super League (PSL) franchise Karachi Kings, was of the view that he always wanted to promote local sports and athletes and wanted to give them ample opportunity to showcase themselves at a bigger platform.
“A-Sports is behind this cause, through this channel, we will try to promote every single sport in the country,” said Salman Iqbal.
Salman Iqbal revealed that A-Sports will also telecast next year’s T20 World Cup and ICC ODI World Cup 2023. The launch ceremony was also attended by noted playwright and satirist Anwar Maqsood along with legendary cricketers including Pakistan pacer Waqar Younis, former captain Misbah-ul-Haq and pacer Wahab Riaz.
T20 WORLD CUP 2022
A SPORTS HD
ASIASAT-7 @ 105.5°E
TP: 4060 V 26666
NOTE: During The Match It’s Working On Biss Key
A SPORTS HD
TP: 4130 V 4200
MPEG4 HD FTA
STARTED ON NEW TP
A SPORTS ON PAK SAT
FREE TO AIR
TP : 4131 H 4002
Dish size 6 fit
Paksat 1R at 38.0°E
Paksat-1R (or Paksat-1 Replacement) is a geosynchronous, communications satellite that was manufactured by China Great Wall Industry Corporation (CGWIC) and operated by the Space and Upper Atmosphere Research Commission (SUPARCO), an executive space authority of the Government of Pakistan.
In December 2001, the SUPARCO negotiated to lease the Palapa-C1 satellite and designated it as Paksat-1 in an attempt to avert the orbital position crises. It was acquired after an anomaly in the electrical system of the satellite on 24 November 1998. A module for controlling the hydro accumulators had failed and an American contractor, Hughes Global Services (HGS), managed to develop a strategy that allowed the continued use of the satellite in geostationary orbit. The satellite was eventually leased by Pakistan as Paksat-1 at 38° East in geostationary orbit and had been active since December 2002. During this time, the SUPARCO began developing the geosynchronous satellite to replacing the aging Paksat-1 as part of the new space policy announced by the government of Pakistan in 2008.
In 2008, a prototype of Paksat-1R was developed by SUPARCO at its Satellite Research and Development Centre (SRDC) in Lahore. The project was aimed to enhance the knowledge and technical expertise of young scientists and engineers about communications satellite engineering. The Paksat-1R prototype has three C-band transponders as the communication payload. All the subsystems have been designed and developed locally in Pakistan. System integration and testing have also been performed. SUPARCO reported that the project was completed in three years.