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Watch Al Jazeera during jamming
Alternative frequencies on the Nilesat, Badr4 and Hotbird satellites where the signals are available.
Last Modified: 23 Feb 2011 21:00 GMT

Al Jazeera is suffering interference on the Arabsat satellite frequency.

The network, on the basis of investigations by specialists, has blamed Libya's intelligence services for jamming its TV signals and blocking its websites. It has traced the source of the jamming to a Libyan intelligence technical administration building south of Tripoli, the capital.

During jamming Al Jazeera English can be watched on

Hotbird 13E Frequency: 11034 Vertical FEC: 3/4 Symbol rate: 27500

Arabsat/Badr4/Eurobird 2 (26East) Frequency : 11680.8 Horizontal; SR: 27.5: FEC: 3/4

Nilesat/ Atlantic Bird4A (7West) Frequency: 11393 Vertical; SR:27.5; FEC :3/4

During jamming, Al Jazeera Arabic can be watched on Nilesat 7W Frequency: 11555 Vertical FEC: 3/4 Symbol rate: 27500

You can watch Al Jazeera English live stream directly on our website.

See also: Satellite frequencies and full details of carriers on cable and ADSL.

Source:
Al Jazeera
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