Informacija o satelitu
Europe Eurobird 1(28.5º E), Hotbird 6 (13º E), Astra 1 (19.2º E)
UK & Ireland Sky TV(Channel 887)
North America Galaxy 25 (97º W)
South America Hispasat (30 ºW), Intelsat 907 (27.5º W)
Asia ABS (75º E) , AsiaSat 2 (100.5º E), AsiaSat 3S (105.5º E)
Intelsat 10 (68.5º E) C-Band
Africa Intelsat 10 (68.5º E) KU-Band, Intelsat 10 (68.5º E) C-Band
Australia ,
New Zealand
Optus D2 (152º E)
Middle East ,
Northern Africa
Eurobird 2 (25.5º E)
Hotbird 6 (13º E)
 Satellite Downlink Information:

INTELSAT 10 (Ku Band) at 68.5º E
Transponder 14k
Frequency: 12.562Ghz Horizontal
Symbol Rate:  26657
FEC:    1/2

INTELSAT 10 (C Band) at 68.5º E
Transponder: G14C
Frequency: 3808V
Symbol Rate: 10340
FEC:  3/4
Program: 2
PMT: 502
PCR: 102
Video: 102
Audio: 202 

ASIA SAT 2 at 100.5º E
Transponder 9B
Frequency: 3960H
Symbol Rate: 27500
FEC:  3/4 

ASIA SAT 3S at 105.5º E
Transponder 4H
Frequency: 3760Mhz
Symbol Rate: 26 Msys
FEC:    7/8
ABS at 75º E
Transponder: 11S
Frequency: 12579H
Symbol Rate:  22 Msps
FEC:    3/4
SID (Channel Number): 121

GALAXY 25 at 97º W
Transponder: 1
Frequency: 11716V  
Symbol Rate:  22000
FEC:    1/2
Video PID: 2003
Audio PID: 3003
PCR: 2003
SID: 3
PMT: 1003

HISPASAT 1C at 30 ºW  
Transponder: 64
Frequency: 12169V
Symbol Rate:  5240
FEC: 3/4   
Video: 0x0257
Audio: 0x0258
INTELSAT 907 at 27.5 ºW   
Transponder: 11
Frequency: 3732R
Symbol Rate:  14000
FEC: 3/4
Video PID: 2006
Audio PID: 3006
PCR   PID:  2006
PMT   PID:  1006     
Optus D2 at 152º E
Transponder: 5
Frequency: 12518.75V
Symbol Rate:  22500
FEC:    3/4
Video PID:  5109  
Audio PID:  5209
SID: #13

Eurobird 1 at 28.5º E
Transponder: C1
Freq: 11222H
Symbol Rare: 27500
FEC: 2/3
EUROBIRD 2 at 25.5º E
Transponder: 154
Frequency: 11585V
Symbol Rate:  27500
FEC:    3/4  
Video PID:  37
Audio PID:  38
PCR   PID:  37
PMT   PID:  124
ASTRA 1 at 19.2 East
Transponder: 113
Frequency: 12633.25 MHz Horizontal
Symbol Rate:  22000
FEC:               5/6
Video PID:      234
Audio PID:      334
PCR:           234

HOTBIRD at 13 East
Transponder: 117
Frequency: 10853 MHz Horizontal
Symbol Rate:  27500
FEC:              3/4
Video PID:      32
Audio PID:      34
PCR:           32
Sky Channel 887 
Channel Name on SKY TV is SupremeMastr

Supreme Master Television is widely available across the whole world.  Please contact your local distributor listed below for your area:


Supreme Master Television is a digital channel available free-to-air from the
Eutelsat Hotbird 6 satellite at 13° East  , Eurobird 1 satellite at 28.5° East  and Astra 1 satellite at 19.2° and Sky Channel 887  in UK & Ireland  
To receive the signal from the satellite you will need an appropriate DVB compliant satellite receiver and a dish of an adequate size, usually 90cm, but please seek local advice.
 Receiving Supreme Master Television on Hotbird 6, Eurobird 1 and Astra 1 satellites
A basic free-to-air digital set-top box which now start from just £59, or £105 as a complete set-top box with antenna system, is more than suitable for free-to-air reception. Higher priced receivers offered by ourselves do not differ in quality, but in features, such as pay-TV upgrade possibilities.
The advantage of satellite reception is simple, more choice and less cost. Cable and other digital providers actually charge you per month for these free-to-air services, ie just for relaying to your cable set-top box. Satellite also covers a broader range of spoken languages and typically offers better digital picture and sound quality.

To buy the equipment required to have access to Hotbird, please visit the following website to find your closest retailer.

It is  available on Channel 73 of  the T2 cable network

UK & Ireland
Receiving Supreme Master Television on Sky satellite is easy:
1. The most common way is through a sky dealer where you will establish a contract with Sky. Sky will install a satellite dish on your house and provide you with a Sky receiver and make all the connections to your TV.

2. Sky may also be viewed without a contract, for free (all the Freeview channels), but still requires a satellite dish and sky receiver (which can be purchased second hand). However you will need to purchase a "freeSat" card at about £20 for 2 years service. Also some non-Sky receivers also can be used with the FreeSat card allowing you to shop for a better price receiver.

In order to receive Sky Digital (Astra 2A and 2B and Eurobird satellites at 28.2°E and 28.5°E), you'll need to aim your dish towards 28-and-a-bit°E. This is perhaps easiest with a sat-meter to help you locate satellites. Please refer to our instruction page for further details, and for more information online see the following websites:
3. If you live in a group of flats or apartments block and don't have permission to install a satellite dish from your landlord, there is an easy way to install one sky dish for the whole apartment block!
If at least 4 apartments wish to receive Sky, only one Sky dish will be necessary for all the building to receive. In most cases a landlord will not mind having one small Sky dish if it can be shared by all residents. See the following website for further information:

Satellite dish seller who will give discounts to their satellite dish and receiver products for SupremeMaster TV customers 
South Africa:
For DSTV Multichoice Decoder settings, visit or call 082 570 4437
For queries relating to Supreme Master Television programs contact:
Supreme Master Television
122 A East foothill Blvd, #306
Arcadia, CA 91006
Tel: +1 626-444-4385 / Fax: +1 626-444-4386
   Satellite Setup Information
To Set up the Supreme Master Television Satellite You need to get the following items:

1. Dish (with LNB) 2. Receiver
3. LNB 4. Signal Meter

There are many types of components you can choose. Here is a sample for reference:

1. Dish- Orbit 80 cm, with wall bracket (recommended size) £49.00

2. Receiver - Technomate 1000D £79.00

3. LNB - Edison 0.2DB Single (double for 2nd TV) £20.00

4. Signal Meter ( sometimes given Free as package deal) £17.00 - £25.00

5. Fixing/ Bolt (normally 4 Bolts depends on bracket) £5.70

6. Coaxial cable (20m/more depending on house) £10 - £15

7. Black wall Clips 7MM for fixing cable to wall £2.00

8. Connectors for cable ends: Satellite "F" Plug x 4 £2.00

9. Compass (optional but advised) Normal or Digital £5.00 - £15.00

   (LiDL shops also do good discounts on satellite systems)


Basic Instructions for Installation:
Setting up a satellite system in your home is a relatively easy task which any DIYer can do. Firstly you have to ensure that the fixing to which the satellite dish is affixed is secure.
Secondly, the dish has to be aligned perfectly otherwise you will not get a signal. To give you an idea it is like pointing a dish at a motor car 1000 miles away, but with a small amount of trial and error and some useful tips, its easy!
1) To receive satellite signals, the satellite dish (in Space) has to be in the direct line of sight of the satellite. Blockages such as trees or buildings will interfere with the signal.
2) Identify where you are going to place your dish. It has to be in the south facing position and be able to move across the sky horizontally
3) Bolt two securing bolts on the wall and affix the dish
4) It is better to set the angle / elevation first. Typically in the UK, the angle required is 30-31 degrees (UP/Down) and marked on the side of the bracket.
5) Now you need to position the horizontal plane. The Hotbird satellite is13 degrees east of South. A compass will help you find the correct position.
6) Now, fine tuning is all that is needed to pick up your satellite signal. The tools mentioned above can help you, a "Sat Finder" signal meter or "Sat Beeper". Using a meter will allow you to align the dish more accurately, by moving the dish very slowly until the meter picks up the signal, and finally to the point at which a slight flex of the dish in any direction shows a reduction in signal meaning your dish is spot on.
Note: You will need a short "Jumper cable" about 3 feet long, to use with the meter. The jumper cable connects between the LNB and the meter. The cable from the receiver connects into the other end of the meter.
7) You are now ready to plug in your receiver and use the onscreen signal strength meter to get it just perfect. Your set up screen should show a signal for Hotbird in excess of 60%. If it's very low (<10%), you are most likely on the wrong satellite, or you have a bad connection in you cable connectors (see diagram below).
Note: The outer wire core of the cable should not be in contact with the inner core.
8) After this please refer to the set up instruction booklet of the receiver in order to view SMTV.
9) Now sit back and relax, you are ready to enjoy the most positive spiritual channel in the world!

Making the connection correctly

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Supreme Master Television ended broadcasting on January 2, 2012