In IFIC-2939, the request for renewal of the ENSAT-23E concession for Angosat was published. Where the Espress AM3 is mentioned, besides Angosat 1 and 2 (frequency range 3400~3410, 3500~4200, 5725~6425, 10950~11200 and 14000~14250 MHz)
Maybe the Angosat 2 satellite will go to 23°E? :confused
Maybe they turned on the beacon temporarily?
Until the on-station beacons turn on, there will hardly be any transmissions ... Unless you use the telemetry beacon, which is used to align the antennas to transmit commands.
The MEV-2 has almost reached the 1°W position. it is not yet fully stabilized but it is very close.
Since approaching the GEO orbit, they turned off the telemetry at frequencies 3701,00 R, 4199,80 R and turned on the 3944,50 R, 3955,50 R ... then they turned off the 3944,50, staying on only...
It is located at about 23°E... but the beacons on station are still off (3800,00 R and 11200,00 R), we'll see if they turn them on.
only telemetry on frequency 3405,08 R is active.
However it was at 103°E (after it had been replaced by the Express AM5 at 140°E). It seems to me that it was...
I still have one as a reserve. The remote control of the GBox/VBox4000 and perhaps also that of the VBox-II of the SuperJack is compatible. It is not compatible with the Moteck VBox-II... it uses the same protocol (NEC), but with other codes.
Subject 2020-056A, this is BSAT 4B. Active telemetry frequencies 11704,30 LHCP and 11708,50 LHCP.
Object 2020-056B, looks like the MEV-2. Active telemetry frequencies 4199,80 RHCP and 3701,00 RHCP.
Object 2020-056C, this should be the Galaxy 30. Active telemetry frequency 4198,50 LHCP.