What You Need To Know
We at Swiss Cast provide you with the satellites that you can count on. With a mixture of reliability and quality, the SATMEX 6 at 113.0°W is a satellite that was constructed and put together by Space Systems Loral. Also, the satellite is based on the LS-1300X and it is operated by Satellites Mexicanos S.A. de C.V.
SATMEX 6 at 113.0°W was launched on May 27th, 2006. The launch took place at the Guiana Space Centre, located in French Guiana. At launch, the mass of SATMEX 6 at 113.0°W was 5,456 kg. The mass was later lowered to a dry mass of 2,310 kg. The launch vehicle that was used to launch the SATMEX 6 at 113.0°W was the Ariane 5 ECA.
Swiss Cast is quite proud to offer the SATMEX 6 at 113.0°W. Whether you only understand the basics, or you are a professional wanting to know the full specifications, you will see that the SATMEX 6 at 113.0°W is a quality satellite that is right for you. The SATMEX 6 at 113.0°W contains a cospar number of 2006-020A. The call sign of SATMEX 6 at 113.0°W is S2695. The beacons on the SATMEX 6 at 113.0°W are 4198.875V, 4199.5V, 11701.5V, and 12199H. The SATMEX 6 at 113.0°W is a satellite that contains 36 C-bands, and 24 Ku-band transponders. These transponders provide video, voice, and other forms of data to the United States, Mexico, and South America. In all, the SATMEX 6 at 113.0°W contains 5 beams. These 5 beams are the C-band Continental Beam, C-band South American Beam, C-band CONUS Beam, Ku-band CONUS Beam, and the Ku-band Continental Beam.
The SATMEX 6 at 113.0°W comes from a company with multiple successful launches. Going back to 1985 with the Morelos 1, SatMex has multiple satellites that they have successfully launched. In fact, the most recent satellite launch from SatMex took place in 2013. When you use the SATMEX 6 at 113.0°W, you are using a satellite from a company that has a history of a reliable track record that spans nearly 3 decades. Don’t worry, we’ve done the research for you.
Swiss Cast knows that the present as well as the future is important to you and that you expect quality service at all times. The SATMEX 6 at 113.0°W was launched with a life expectancy of 15 years. This would put the lifetime of SATMEX 6 at 113.0°W to 2021. However, it is possible that the lifetime of SATMEX 6 at 113.0°W will far exceed this initial estimate. Either way, we have got you covered and will continue to provide reliable satellite service for many years to come.