Access to one third of the world’s satellites
Telenor Satellite Broadcasting’s investment in uplink facilities and associated infrastructure means that we are well equipped to offer our customers ground-based satellite services from our various teleports.
TSBc has one main teleport in Norway as well as a large teleport in the UK. Nittedal teleport, near Oslo in Norway, is our largest teleport site, with more than 40 antennas that can operate satellites in the viewable arc from 45°West to 66°East (one third of the world’s communication satellites). Our central London teleport has 10 antennas which look at satellites from 30ºWest to 50ºEast. These two 24-hour teleport facilities – combined with the baseband capabilities for broadcast services offered by our facility at Chiswick Park in London – complement TSBc’s extensive broad-reach satellite capacity.
TSBc’s teleport facilities offer a broad portfolio of capabilities to support our media and datacomms services, ranging from simple uplink facilities to full turnkey solutions.
Services from 1°West and several other satellites
Receive and uplink signals to other satellites
TV transmissions and contribution
For direct-to-home (DTH), cable and digital-terrrestrial networks
Delivering controlled viewer access for all TV and data transmissions
Providing technical services for the delivery of IPTV transmissions
Hosting and technical support
Customer-hosted equipment at TSBc’s teleport facilities
Network monitoring and management
24/7 service and support from TSBc’s service-desk facilities
Provision of access to the IP backbone