Here is the frequency, system, Symbol Rate, FEC, group, type and other details for the channel 12 Iraqia in satellite Nilesat 201 | Eutelsat 7.0°W..
The frequency of the channel is 12606 V, System is DVB-S, and FEC is 7/8 Iraq was home to the first television station in the Middle East, which began during the 1950s. As part of a plan to help Iraq modernize, English telecommunications company Pye Limited built and commissioned a television broadcast station in the capital city of Baghdad. Following the 2003 invasion of Iraq, the Iraqi state media collapsed. In June 2004, a Communications and Media Commission was set up to approve and grant license for all the country’s media. By 2011, Iraq was the headquarters of 49 free-to-air satellite channels, one of the highest numbers in the region. Until 2003, satellite dishes were banned in Iraq, and there was a limited number of national terrestrial stations. After 2003, the sale of satellite dishes surged, and free-to-air channels entered the market. There are 17 terrestrial channels, of which one is funded by the US government through the U.S. Agency for Global Media (Alhurra-Iraq), and seven are owned by the state broadcaster Iraqi Media Network. In March 2011, Al Jazeera was granted rights to resume operations after being banned in 2004 Plans were established to set up a free-media zone based in Baghdad, the Baghdad Media City, by the end of 2014
|Channel Name||12 Iraqia|
|Satellite Name||Nilesat 201 | Eutelsat 7.0°W|