Al Jazeera sport +6 to +10 channels missing – North Nigeria Satellite TV

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  • #2643

    Hi just receinly i lost my aljazeerasport +6to +10 signal due to change of parameter to 11449 wich is not show up in my area, pls any adverse on any satellites dat i can get aljazeerasport +6to+10 pls help. i live in nigeria far north.thanks

    #2644

    Maverick
    Member

    Hi Suleiman

    Looks like Al Jazeera sport +6 to +10 is on Nilesat 201 @7 deg W,transponder 11958
    and free to air.Here are the details: http://it.kingofsat.net/pos-7W.php

    Hope this helps.Cheers.Mav

    #2645

    Steve ……
    Member

    Also….Al Jazeera Sport will be relaunched as beIN Sport on 01 January 2014…..only official cards & boxes will work …(it’s been reported on another forum)…..

    #2650

    Paul
    Keymaster

    Which satellite broadcasts this channel over north Africa?
    Is it an Astra or a different one?

    Im just curious, thanks.

    #2653

    Maverick
    Member

    Think the satellite is called Nilesat 201

    #2669

    Steve ……
    Member

    Al Jazeera Sport is now relaunched as “beIn sport” ..on Nilesat 7deg west…all details can be found here… http://www.en.beinsports.net/frequencies

    #2683

    Anonymous

    beIN Sport transmits on 7W and 25.5/26E BADR satellites, JSC 1-10 has been replaced with beIN 1-8, 11 and 12, weird? I receive it through 26E but my server will not decrypt the HD channels only the SD ones.

    Think that in the near future might be only 26E, as 7W can be received in the UK.

    #7819

    Anonymous

    How do i get Bien Sport or Canal Sport. I presently stay in Lagos Nigeria and i can’t get these station on my Satellite TV stations.

    #7840

    Paul
    Keymaster

    Hi Debo. Which satellite does your dish point at?

    #7845

    Anonymous

    Hi Paul,

    I’m not sure but its pointed toward Eutelsat 7 (i,m sure of Multi TV that Joy TV and DSTV)

    #7846

    Paul
    Keymaster

    I do not know much about satellite TV but since nobody else has replied, I will try.

    If your dish is pointing at 7 degrees West, you should be able to get these channels from the satellites in that position:

    http://www.lyngsat.com/Nilesat-102-201-and-Eutelsat-7-West-A-8-West-C.html

    Most of the BeIn sports are encrypted. Also most are in HD. Do you have a viewing card to decrypt the stations and do you have a HD satellite receiver?

    #7847

    Anonymous

    Hi Paul, you need a beIN (Humax) receiver + viewing card, they are locked together like Sky. It can be ordered online. Beside this there are many IPTV providers streaming beIN via Internet (paid) services. Have a look here if you like to order a satellite beIN receiver + card http://london-satellite.co.uk/products.asp?cat=Sport+Viewing+Cards

    #30756

    Anonymous

    i dont want to use motorised dish, can i receive many satellites in one position? can anyone help with this?

    #30783

    Derek
    Member

    [quote quote=30756]i dont want to use motorised dish, can i receive many satellites in one position? can anyone help with this?[/quote]

    Hi Murphy,
    If it is required to access a family of satellites in the same orbital position, for example the Astra 2 family at 28.2° (don’t know what you intend to access) you can of course receive them with a single fixed dish with a single LNB. However, if you want to use a single dish to receive satellites in different positions, you will need to mount multiple LNBs to this dish – see http://robssatellitetv.com/multilnbs.htm

    Good luck!!

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