REN TV HD Channel Latest New Biss Key and Frequency on Yamal 402 at 54.9°East New TP Frequency 100% Good Working Feed Kode 2021
REN TV Biss Key and Frequency on 2021 – Ren TV (Russian: Рен ТВ) is a Russian free-to-air television network. It was founded in 1 January 1997 by Irena Lesnevskaya and her son, Dmitry Lesnevsky, who had been running Ren TV as a production house for other national Russian television channel. Even though it focuses mostly on the audience from 18 to 45 years old demographic, the network offers programming Biss Keys for a wide range of demographics.
|REN TV Latest Biss Key and Frequency on Yamal 402 at 54.9°East 2021|
|Channel Name||REN TV NETWORK, REN TV, REN TV 2|
|Satellite||Yamal 402 at 54.9°East|
|11265 V 30000|
|Today MAY 16/05/2021|
|Today Biss Key||84 15 09 A2 37 34 46 BE|
Ren TV’s network is a patchwork of 406 independent broadcasting companies in Russia and the CIS. Ren’s signal is received in 718 towns and cities in Russia from Kaliningrad in the West to Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk in the East. It has a potential audience of 113.5 million viewers (officially 120 million viewers with more than 12 million of them living in Moscow city and Moscow Oblast (Moscow Region). Ren TV works with 10 broadcaster affiliates and 19 cable operators in the CIS and Baltic states; 181 cities can receive Ren TV’s signal.
REN TV has been accused of combining pieces of scientific shows and interviews to produce pseudoscientific “documentaries”. In 2015, REN TV’s documentaries were awarded “the most harmful pseudoscientific project (for spreading of myths, delusions and superstitions)” antiprize of a state prize of the Ministry of Education and Science for propaganda of conspiracy theories and mistrust for science.
Yamal 402 at 54.9°East
Yamal-402 is a Russian geostationary communications satellite. It was launched on 8 December 2012, 13:13:43 UTC from Site 200/39 at the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan. It was built by Thales Alenia Space, and is based on the Spacebus 4000C3 satellite bus. It is equipped with 46 J band (IEEE Ku band) transponders. It has a design life of 15 years, but reducing to 11 years expected after launch partial failure.
In February 2009, Gazprom Space Systems announced a contract with Thales Alenia Space for two satellites: Yamal-401 and Yamal-402. This was the first time a foreign supplier would build a satellite for internal Russian market. After much lobby from local industry, the contract for the bus and integration of Yamal-401 is cancelled and awarded to ISS Reshetnev, but Thales is allowed to keep the payload supply.
On November 6, 2012, the satellite arrives at the launch site of Baikonur. On December 8, 2012 13:13:43 UTC a Proton-M/Briz-M launches Yamal-402 to a geostationary transfer orbit. The same day, Khrunichev Center and International Launch Services reported an anomaly during the launch in which the Briz-M stage failed 4 minutes before scheduled shut down on its fourth burn.
On December 10, specialists from Thales Alenia Space carried out maneuvers to bring the satellite into its designated orbit after a premature separation from Briz-M. On 15 December 15, Yamal-402 was taken to its planned geostationary orbit at the altitude of 36,000 km following a series of four adjustment operations. The satellite lost 4 years of fuel to compensate for lower than expected orbit injection.