Ary Network on Apstar 7 @ 76.5E

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biss key is a type of a code that is used to encrypt the codes of the channel. This is used the scramble the channels. Some of the channels are provided free to air but most of them are paid (encrypted), can be watched with the paid subscription. These subscriptions are used by the cable operators to view the paid channels for their clients. But in remote areas the cable system isn’t reached yet. The lovers of Sports, Movies and other programs viewed on the paid channels can’t be watched by them. Now what can they do. Here is the solution. To view these channels encrypted with the biss or Biss or other keys, they have to catch the key and put it into their satellite receivers to start enjoying these tv channels. But now the question is how to find biss keys, biss Keys?, where the biss keys, biss are stored?. Answers is that the keys are only the management team from where the satellite tv is being transmitted. They provides these keys on the internet for the lovers. Basic Interoperable Scrambling System, (BISS) Prior to its development, “ad hoc” or “occasional use” satellite news feeds were transmitted either using proprietary encryption methods (e.g. RAS, or PowerVu), or without any encryption. Unencrypted satellite feeds allowed anyone with the correct equipment to view the program material. Proprietary encryption methods were determined by encoder manufacturers, and placed major compatibility limitations on the type of satellite receiver (IRD) that could be used for each feed. BISS was an attempt to create an “open platform” encryption system, which could be used across a range of manufacturers equipment. There are mainly two different types of BISS encryption used.
ARY Network Frequency TP On Apstar 7 at 76.5E 2016 (Working)

ARY Network Biss Key and Frequency 2016


Apstar 7 at 76.5°E

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Satellite : Apstar 7 @ 76.5E

Tp : 4060 V 30000