RTLplus über Satellit

So empfangen Sie RTLplus über Satellit.

Sie empfangen Ihr Fernsehprogramm über Satellit?

Sie können RTLplus mit der Suchfunktion Ihrer TV-Fernbedienung finden. Das geht entweder mit einer manuellen Suche oder mit einer gezielten alphabetischen Suche.

Wenn Sie möchten, können Sie RTLplus dann in Ihrer persönlichen Favoritenliste einspeichern. Sollten Sie RTLplus so nicht finden, können Sie einen Sendersuchlauf starten und RTLplus dann abspeichern. Die entsprechenden Empfangsdaten lauten:

Satellit ASTRA 19,2° Ost
Frequenz 12,188 GHz
Polarisation horizontal
Symbolrate 27.500
FEC 3/4
Transponder 89
Service Name RTLplus
Service ID 12080
Sie schauen Fernsehen über TV NOW?

Wir arbeiten mit Hochdruck daran, RTLplus zum Start über TV NOW verfügbar zu machen. Sie können dann verpasste Sendungen kostenfrei bis zu 30 Tage nach TV-Ausstrahlung online auf Ihrem PC und Laptop abrufen. Über das kostenpflichtige Angebot TV NOW PLUS haben Sie die Möglichkeit, RTLplus im Livestream online oder mobil zu sehen. Zusätzlich können Sie auf ein umfangreiches Archiv zugreifen. Das kostenpflichtige Angebot enthält zudem weniger Werbung. Darüber hinaus bietet TV NOW PLUS eine bessere Bildqualität sowie die AirPlay Funktion, über die Apple-TV Nutzer Inhalte auf den TV-Bildschirm übertragen können.

Klicken Sie hier, um das Angebot kostenlos zu testen und um mehr Informationen über TV NOW zu erhalten.

 

 

 

Quelle

RTLplus.de

 

 

 

Neu Sat TV Sender

New SAT-TV channels

 Jordan Mubasher (Jordan, Various): Eutelsat 7 West A
 Sport TV 4K (Portugal, Sport): Hispasat 1E
 7Stars Portugal (undefined, Various): Eutelsat 8 West B
 Multicultura (Brazil, Cultural): Intelsat 11
 Univesp TV (Brazil, Cultural): Intelsat 11
 Cultura (Brasil) (Brazil, Cultural): Intelsat 11
 Assembleia (Brazil, Politics): Intelsat 11
 Raki TV (Turkey, Various): Turksat 3A
 Sultan TV (Turkey, Various): Turksat 3A
 C Action (Turkey, Entertainment): Turksat 3A
 Eskici (Turkey, Various): Turksat 3A
 Fox Life Albania (Albania, Entertainment): Eutelsat 16A
 Rete 82 Plus (Italy, Various): Express AM44
 GOD Africa (U.S.A., Religious)
 Vizion Plus HD (Albania, General)

Neue Sat TV Sender 23.05.2016

Last Updates

 Nilesat 201 (7W) –  Shahamh TV (undefined) broadcasts in DVB-S Clear on 12207.00MHz, pol.V SR:27500 FEC:3/4 SID:3212 PID:1035/1036 Arabic
 Intelsat 11 (43W) – CULTURA 1S broadcasts in DVB-S2 Clear on 4115.00MHz, pol.V SR:19580 FEC:3/4 SID:59256 PID:910[MPEG-4]/920. 
 Intelsat 11 (43W) – MLTCULTURA broadcasts in DVB-S2 Clear on 4115.00MHz, pol.V SR:19580 FEC:3/4 SID:59234 PID:810[MPEG-4]/820,821,822. 
 Intelsat 11 (43W) – UNIVESP broadcasts in DVB-S2 Clear on 4115.00MHz, pol.V SR:19580 FEC:3/4 SID:59233 PID:710[MPEG-4]/720,721,722. 
 Intelsat 11 (43W) – CANAL 2 broadcasts in DVB-S2 Clear on 4115.00MHz, pol.V SR:19580 FEC:3/4 SID:11 PID:1110/1120,1121,1122. 
 Intelsat 11 (43W) – CANAL 1 broadcasts in DVB-S2 Clear on 4115.00MHz, pol.V SR:19580 FEC:3/4 SID:10 PID:1010/1020,1021,1022.
 Hispasat 1E (30W) –  Bride TV has left 10730.00MHz, pol.H (DVB-S2 SID:100 PID:2100/3100) 
 Hispasat 1E (30W) –  GOD Africa has left 10730.00MHz, pol.H (DVB-S2 SID:99 PID:2099[MPEG-4]/3099 aac English), it is no longer transmitted by satellite in Europe.
 Astra 3B (23.5E) –  OTA ZebraMiniSE broadcasts in DVB-S Clear on 12070.50MHz, pol.H SR:27500 FEC:3/4 SID:13183.
 Hot Bird 13C (13E) –   NC+ & Orange Polska: 38 has left 10796.00MHz, pol.V (DVB-S2 SID:15716 PID:175[MPEG-4]/142 Polish), it is no longer transmitted by satellite in Europe. 

RTLplus: Der neue Sender der Mediengruppe RTL Deutschland

Mit RTLplus wird ab dem 4. Juni 2016 ein neuer linearer Free-TV-Sender das Angebot der Mediengruppe RTL Deutschland erweitern. RTLplus wird zum Start über digitalen Satellit sowie online und mobil über das Bewegtbildangebot TV NOW empfangbar sein. Die Verbreitung wird sukzessive ausgebaut.

RTLplus setzt auf eine unterhaltsame Programm-Mischung aus beliebten Klassikern und exklusiven Eigenproduktionen. Das Programmangebot steht dabei bewusst ganz im Zeichen der erfolgreichen Sendermarke RTL und ihrer größten Erfolge.

Die Primetime bietet mit täglich wechselnder Programmfarbe ein Wiedersehen mit beliebten RTL-Klassikern wie ‚Dr. Stefan Frank‘, ‚Hinter Gittern‘, ‚Einsatz in 4 Wänden‘, ‚Doppelter Einsatz‘, ‚Monk‘, ‚Nikola‘ und den frühen Folgen von ‚Bauer sucht Frau‘.

In der Daytime können die Zuschauer sich auf Doku-Highlights wie ‚Mein Baby‘ und ‚Unsere erste gemeinsame Wohnung‘ freuen, außerdem zeigt RTLplus die Gerichtssendungen ‚Das Jugendgericht‘, ‚Das Strafgericht‘ und ‚Das Familiengericht‘.

Zu den exklusiven Eigenproduktionen, die das Gesicht des Senders künftig prägen werden, gehören Neuauflagen beliebter Gameshows, die ab Herbst 2016 im Programm sein werden.

Inka Bause und Joachim Llambi als Moderatoren und Markenbotschafter

Schon vor dem Start des neuen Free TV-Angebotes werden Inka Bause und Joachim Llambi als Markenbotschafter in TV-Spots auf den neuen Sender aufmerksam und neugierig machen. Präsent sind sie dann natürlich auch im Programm selbst: Als Moderatoren ihrer eigenen täglichen Vorabend-Show!

So wird Inka Bause die Neuauflage des ‚familien duell‘ moderieren; ‚Let’s Dance‘-Juror Joachim Llambi übernimmt die Moderation von ‚Jeopardy‘. Für beide Gameshows, die RTLplus ab September 2016 zeigen wird, können sich die Zuschauer ab sofort bewerben.

(Quelle: www.rtl.de)

Ausleuchtungszone, Spotbeam , Satbeam, Footprint

Ausleuchtungszone, Spotbeam oder Footprint (engl., wörtlich Fußabdruck) ist ein Begriff aus der Satellitentechnik. Darunter versteht man die Abbildung des Empfangsbereichs eines Satellitensignals auf einer Karte. Auf manchen Footprints wird auch die Signalstärke bzw. die daraus errechnete benötigte Antennengröße in verschiedenen Bereichen des Footprints visuell dargestellt.

Hier finden Sie die Ausleuchtzonen (Satbeams) der Weltweiten Satelliten. SATBEAMS.

 

 

 

ReFlex: Revolutionary flexible smartphone allows users to feel the buzz by bending their apps

Researchers at Queen’s University’s Human Media Lab have developed the world’s first full-colour, high-resolution and wireless flexible smartphone to combine multitouch with bend input. The phone, which they have named ReFlex, allows users to experience physical tactile feedback when interacting with their apps through bend gestures.

„This represents a completely new way of physical interaction with flexible smartphones“ says Roel Vertegaal (School of Computing), director of the Human Media Lab at Queen’s University.

„When this smartphone is bent down on the right, pages flip through the fingers from right to left, just like they would in a book. More extreme bends speed up the page flips. Users can feel the sensation of the page moving through their fingertips via a detailed vibration of the phone. This allows eyes-free navigation, making it easier for users to keep track of where they are in a document.“

ReFlex is based on a high definition 720p LG Display Flexible OLED touch screen powered by an Android 4.4 „KitKat“ board mounted to the side of the display. Bend sensors behind the display sense the force with which a user bends the screen, which is made available to apps for use as input. ReFlex also features a voice coil that allows the phone to simulate forces and friction through highly detailed vibrations of the display. Combined with the passive force feedback felt when bending the display, this allows for a highly realistic simulation of physical forces when interacting with virtual objects.
Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2016-02-reflex-revolutionary-flexible-smartphone-users.html#jCp

„This allows for the most accurate physical simulation of interacting with virtual data possible on a smartphone today,“ says Dr. Vertegaal. „When a user plays the „Angry Birds“ game with ReFlex, they bend the screen to stretch the sling shot. As the rubber band expands, users experience vibrations that simulate those of a real stretching rubber band. When released, the band snaps, sending a jolt through the phone and sending the bird flying across the screen.“

Dr. Vertegaal thinks bendable, flexible smartphones will be in the hands of consumers within five years. Queen’s researchers will unveil the ReFlex prototype at the tenth anniversary Conference on Tangible Embedded and Embodied Interaction (TEI) in Eindhoven, The Netherlands on February 17. The annual forum is the world’s premier conference on tangible human-computer interaction.

More information: Strohmeier, P., Burstyn, J., Carrascal, J-P, V. Levesque and Vertegaal, R. ReFlex: A Flexible Smartphone with Active Haptic Feedback for Bend Input. In Proceedings of ACM TEI’16 Conference on Tangible, Embedded and Embodied Interaction, ACM Press, 2016.

Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2016-02-reflex-revolutionary-flexible-smartphone-users.html#jCp

Newly added TV channels 25.02.2016

Newly added TV channels 25.02.2016

Arabesk Melodi (Turkey, Music): Turksat 3A (2016-02-24)
Cinema (Ukraine, Movies): Amos 3 (2016-02-23)
Star Cinema HD (Ukraine, Movies): Amos 3 (2016-02-23)
Middle East (undefined, Various): Eutelsat 8 West B (2016-02-23)

Al Fajir TV Dz (Algeria, Various): Eutelsat 7 West A (2016-02-23)
Cima King (undefined, Various): Eutelsat 7 West A (2016-02-23)
Al-Arab Alyoum TV (undefined, Various): Eutelsat 8 West B (2016-02-23)
l Eftaa (undefined, Various): Eutelsat 8 West B (2016-02-23)
Taghtyat TV (undefined, Various): Eutelsat 8 West B (2016-02-23)
Al Mashad (undefined, Various): Eutelsat 8 West B (2016-02-23)
Al Farouck (undefined, Various): Eutelsat 8 West B (2016-02-23)
Alkhalej Alrabi (undefined, Various): Eutelsat 8 West B (2016-02-23)
Sudan Monwaat (Sudan, Various): Badr 5 (2016-02-23)
Super Halay (Turkey, Various): Turksat 3A (2016-02-23)
Paramount Channel Italy (Italy, Movies): Eutelsat 12 West B (2016-02-23)

 

SES STRONGLY ADVOCATES AND SUPPORTS FUTURE 5G DEPLOYMENT IN EUROPE –

LUXEMBOURG, 22 February 2016 — SES S.A. (NYSE Euronext Paris and Luxembourg Stock Exchange: SESG) announced today during the GSMA Mobile World Congress that it is fully committed to the swift deployment of the 5th generation mobile networks called “5G”. As a founding member of the 5G-PPP (Public Private Partnership), SES actively took part in the 5G PPP whitepaper entitled “5G Empowering Vertical Industries”. The whitepaper presents 5G networks as a key enabler for a broad range of industries, especially the automotive, transportation, healthcare, energy, manufacturing and media and entertainment sectors.

 

 

SES actively promotes satellite as an essential building block for a global, profitable and inclusive 5G deployment. In order to cope with the tremendous growth of data demand, including 5G requirements, a combination of terrestrial and satellite wireless technologies is needed. Satellites play a key role in allowing the seamless extension of 5G services, by providing connectivity on the sea, in the air and to remote land areas.

“5G must be a seamless integration of different network technologies,” said Karim Michel Sabbagh, President and CEO of SES. “No single technology will be able to cope with the data challenges that networks are facing. Only a smart combination of infrastructure will be able to meet the constantly growing demand. Satellite plays a significant role in video broadcasting, trunking, backhauling and communications on the move, and also in complementing terrestrial broadband. Thanks to the combination of our GEO satellites and O3b’s MEO satellites, which provides wide coverage and low latency, SES is able to deliver high bandwidth to users. This will be an essential advantage for the 5G networks.”

Quelle: www. ses.com

Ghana and Zimbabwe students scoop top honours at 5th edition of DStv Eutelsat Star Awards organised by MultiChoice Africa and Eutelsat

Caption: Paolo Nespoli, Chairman of the jury, announces the winners

  • Ayawen Asuinura from Ghana wins essay prize
  • Mallon Marume from Zimbabwe wins poster prize

Johannesburg, Nairobi, Paris, 9 February 2016 – The winners of this year’s DStv Eutelsat Star Awards were announced tonight during a ceremony held in Nairobi, Kenya, that also celebrated rising student interest in science and technology.

The fifth edition of the DStv Eutelsat Star Awards, organised by MultiChoice and Eutelsat, reached a record participation with nearly 2,000 entries from 18 countries. The winner in the essay category, Ayawen Asuinura from Ghana has won a trip to Paris and onwards to a launch site to witness a rocket blast into space to place a satellite into orbit. This is the first win in the essay category for Ghana that has already produced two winners in the poster category. The runner-up in the essay category was Sara Eribo from Equatorial Guineawho wins a trip for two to visit MultiChoice facilities and the South African National Space Agency near Johannesburg. In the essay category, students were asked to interpret the quote by Socrates “Man must rise above the Earth, to the top of the atmosphere and beyond, for only thus will he fully understand the world in which he lives” andto show how satellites help understand and take care of our planet.

In the poster category, Mallon Marume from Zimbabwe scooped the first prize for artistic creativity and will visit Eutelsat in Paris to understand how satellites are operated and piloted in space and the many ways they benefit users. This is a consecutive win for Zimbabwe as Joseph Mahiya won top honours in the essay category last year. Benjamin Ibanda from Ugandawas the runner up in the same category. The four winning schools attended by the overall award winners and runners-up were also rewarded with a DStv installation, including dish, TV set, PVR decoder and free access to the DStv Education Bouquet.

Paolo Nespoli, an ESA (European Space Agency) astronaut chaired the jury of the Awards for the third year in a row, assisted by an international panel of skilled industry experts: Ronke Bello, CEO at Innovative Technology Literacy Services Ltd, Nigeria; Dr Jane Munga, Policy Advisor, Kenyan Ministry of Information, Communication, Technology and Research, Kenya; Dr Perkins Muredzi, Dean of School of Industrial Sciences and Technology, Harare Institute of Technology (HIT), Zimbabwe; Melt Loubser, GM: Broadcast Technology, MultiChoice Africa and Rodney Benn, Regional Director, Eutelsat.

Commenting on the entries, Paolo Nespoli said: “As the Jury Chairman of the DStv Eutelsat Star Awards over the last three years, I confirm that this year’s entries reaffirm the high standard of this unique competition. The quality and creativity of the finalists’ essays and artwork underscore the deep interest of Africa’s young generation in science and technology. I am truly honoured to be part of a competition that reveals some of Africa’s future thought leaders.“

The keynote speaker was Kenya’s Cabinet Secretary in the Ministry of ICT, Hon. Joe Mucheru who said: “It is important to note that His Excellency President Uhuru Kenyatta and his government is determined to promote holistic development of the country covering all sectors with particular focus on leveraging science and technology in the delivery of services in all sectors of the economy including ICT and education. Therefore, it is gratifying to note the effort by both MultiChoice Africa and Eutelsat in ensuring that we nurture interest and build capacities in science and technology.”