NIGCOMSAT Free to Air Channels Frequency and Symbol Rates

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NIGCOMSAT Free to Air Channels Frequency and Symbol Rates,

NIGCOMSAT free to air channels has a list of interesting satellite TV stations broadcasting on Nigcomsat-1R, KU-Band at 42.5 degrees East by the Nigeria Communication Satellite. The channels genre comprises of free Sports, Movies, Religious, Cartoon, International and Local News, Social and Life Events, Music channels and many more.

NIGCOMSAT satellite TV channels are receptive in most of the African countries such as Nigeria, South Africa, Ghana, Cameroon, Togo, Benin Republic, Zambia, Niger, Zimbabwe and many others.

NIGCOMSAT satellite can be tracked alongside with other satellites such as MULTI TV and Champion TV, etc, with the NIGCOMSAT tracked firstly on the primary LNB at 42.5 degrees east, then MULTI TV is tracked under it at 28.5 degrees east while Champion TV is at the top at 55 degrees east. 68.5 degree east can as well be added to the tracking list making it 4 satellites in one dish but it will require 90 cm satellite dish

Equipment Required For NIGCOMSAT Free to Air Channels

  • Universal HD, (STRONG HD decoders)
  • 60 – 90 cm satellite dish.
  • Universal LNB. (tracking the four different satellites mentioned above will require 4 LNBs and multiple LNB HANGER).
  • Coaxial cable.

List of NIGCOMSAT Free to Air Channels

  1. O sport
  2. Abundance TV
  3. Gotel TV
  4. Ftv
  5. Jw broadcasting
  6. Kidszone
  7. MTV base Africa
  8. Fox news
  9. Childsmile
  10. Baby tv
  11. AMC movies
  12. CCTV news
  13. Ngwe
  14. CNC world
  15. Trace Africa
  16. Max TV
  17. O music
  18. O home
  19. Beulah TV
  20. O news
  21. Quest TV
  22. Ch214
  23. Beats plus
  24. O gospel
  25. Catholic TV
  26. Afrikiy TV
  27. Peace TV
  28. Emmanuel TV
  29. Manara TV
  30. Tvc Nigeria
  31. Harpazo TV
  32. Ch216
  33. ATV
  34. Bcstv
  35. Opm
  36. TV Taraba
  37. Play TV
  38. Manara TV
  39. Tvc Nigeria
  40. Harpazo TV


NIGCOMSAT Free to Air Channels Frequency and Symbol Rate

Frequency: 12518

Symbol Rate: 29500

Polarization: H

Direction: 42.5 degrees east


37 thoughts on “NIGCOMSAT Free to Air Channels Frequency and Symbol Rates

    1. Track it with 90cm satellite dish and above, you can input the Nigcomsat frequency and symbol rate in any other TPs once it can accommodate the digits. Use the above tracking details.

  1. good but we are having lot of challenges with the signal once the cloud is form, the signal disappear immediately. As an installer/engr, costumers complains a lot. pls work on your signal.

  2. I’m using polystar smart TV, how can i make it to work on nigcomsat. Right now, with ordinary antenna I’m getting all startime channels but blocked. So i can say that my TV has inbuilt decoder.
    thank you.

  3. Please Can You Put Me Through
    I Have Call Installer To Help Me Install Nicomsat Twist He Did Get It
    Am In Akure Ondo State He Use 12518 H 29500 He Turn To Green But Is 16 Degree Channel That Apear Please What Can We Do

  4. Pls what else can i do my installer instaled Nigcomsat on my decoder but when am tracking it myself only 12 channels is showung out of 38while Catholic, church, opm akwa abs Quest yotomi isshowibg others like sliverbird NTAi tvc news are not its red signal not green help me out

  5. Now, this is own contribution and hiding information is one thing i hate most, if you want to give info, let it be 100%

    Nigcomsat has has two feed on two different rang of frequency. one payload has most of the unique channel u all are looking for like the mbc package, tvc news etc, this feed crack from time to time and the other feed is steady which has more church and local station in the country. TSTV has already move from out from nigcomsat. and all the channel listed above had change long time ago and not all you will find and some new channel replace. Thank you all

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