• Frequency and Symbol Rate to Track TSTV channels on ABS 3A @ 3°W

    Last updated on April 20th, 2018

    TStv Africa will launch its services in Nigerian on the 1st of October 2017  April 2018. TStv is operated by ABS and Telcom Satellites TV.  TStv is a DTH pay TV that offers a rich blend of local and international channels and packages for your Entertainment, News, Sports, Kids, Health etc and will be distributed on the ABS 3A Africa beam, located at 3 degrees west. 

     
    Note that currently decoder sales are yet to commence nationwide but in this post, i will be sharing the frequency and symbol rate which you can use to track TSTV Channels on ABS 3A @ 3°W during installation

    For tracking, use this details
    Satellite: ABS 3A
    Position: 3 degree west
    Frequency: 11052
    Symbol rate: 30000
    Polarization: V

     

    Dish size: 90 cm




    Update 27th March 2018: 

    TSTV has announced they now have additional parameters to
    thier existing parameters.



    Kindly add and re-scan your decoders with the added parameters below:

    -
    Frequency – 10972
    Symbol rate – 30000
    Polarization – V
    Frequency – 11008
    Symbol rate – 30000

     

    Polarization – V
    Then manually input frequency
    11168 H 30000 on ABS@3.0w and raise your dish up while standing in front of
    your dish and rock gently to the right very close to MBC package on nilesat @7w
     

     

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    Once you hit green tight your
    dish and manually input 11052 H 30000 and scan your tstv channels then you are
    good to go as shown above.
     
    This can be done using a the TSTv decoder, however if you use any other satellite receiver(strong decoders), you may not be able to view some of the channels because they my the scramble. 






    Also Read: Where to buy TStv Decoder

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    1. Veron E Collins April 29, 2018
    2. George Smart April 29, 2018

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