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GSLV-D5 / GSAT-14 Successfully launched with 6 Ku-Band and 6 C-Band Transponders

DTH News / New Delhi: India’s Indian Space Research Organization’s (ISRO’s) completed 2014's first space mission with launch of GSAT-14 Satellite.

This satellite has 6 ku-band transponders, 6 c-band transponders and 2 ka band transponders. GSAT-14 satellite will be co-located at 74 degree east with Insat-3C, Insat-4CR and Kalpana-1 satellite.

GSLV-D5 / GSAT-14 Successfully launched with 6 Ku-Band and 6 C-Band Transponders
Photo Courtesy: ISRO



  • Satellite - GSLV-D5 / GSAT-14 
  • Position - 74-75 Degree East
  • 6 Ku-band Transponders
  • 6 Ext. C-band Transponders
  • 2 Ka-band
  • Coverage area - India


According to ISRO website C-Band and Ku-band transponders will be use for long distance education and tele-medicine and provide a best platform for experiments as active pixel sun sensor or fiber optic gyro. Other ka-band transponders will be use for study rain and atmospheric effects.

This launch started at 4.06 pm on 5th January 2014.




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