Multi-TV Ghana: How To Install Multi-Stream Channels on Astra 2F At 28.2E

Ghana Television (GTV) on Astra 2F at 28.2 is one of the most watching satellite packages in sub-Sahara Africa. Multi-tv Ghana is exploiting the latest technology called Multi-stream, delivering their contents across Africa. 

Multi-TV Ghana: How To Install Multi-Stream Channels on Astra 28.2E


According to Wikipedia, Multi-tv is popularly known as Joy TV Ghana is a digital free-to-air package owned and managed by Multimedia Group Limited. It was launched in 2009 with 20 channels. Multi-ghana offers a variety of digital contents of the latest news, culture, entertainment and sport.

The company was the first to introduce the newly introduce digital delivering contents known as Multi-stream. Only advanced digital satellite decoder with Multi-stream enabled are capable of receiving ghana channels.

The channels like Max TV, GTV Sport plus, AYV news offering live sports events most especially EPL, likewise Volta 1 and TV XYZ are dedicated for movies.

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Multi-TV Ghana Satellite And Coverage

The home of satellite information lyngsat shows that the signal footage of Astra 2F at 28.2e is available across Sub-sahara Africa. The coverage extends to some part of south-east of Africa.

List of the countries covered:

  1. Ghana
  2. Benin Republic
  3. Togo
  4. Ghana
  5. Cote d’Ivoire
  6. Liberia
  7. Sierra Leone
  8. Guinea
  9. Guinea-Bissau
  10. The Gambia
  11. Senegal
  12. Mali
  13. Niger
  14. Nigeria
  15. Chad
  16. Cameroon
  17. Sao Tome & Principe
  18. The central African Republic
  19. Equatorial Guinea
  20. Gabon
  21. Democratic Republic of Congo
  22. Angola
  23. Zambia
  24. Zimbabwe
  25. Malawi
  26. Mozambique
  27. Tanzania
  28. Kenya
  29. Uganda

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It shows that Astra 2F at 28.2E or Multi-TV Ghana can be received by anyone living within the signal footage easily using a 60cm dish above and any of the transponder frequency below.

Transponder 1 (Multi-TV Ghana Frequency)

Frequency: 12525

Polarization: Vertical

Symbol Rate: 30000

Transponder 2

Frequency: 12645

Polarization: Vertical

Symbol Rate: 30000 

Transponder 3:

Frequency: 11595

Polarization: Vertical 

Symbol Rate: 30000

Transponder 4:

Frequency: 11675

Polarization: Horizontal

Symbol Rate: 30000

Multi-TV Ghana: How To Install Multi-Stream Channels on Astra 2F at 28.2E

The Most Interesting Channels on Multi-TV Ghana

  1. AYV News (Sport)
  2. Volta1 TV (Nollywood and Ghallywood Movies)
  3. Silverbird (TV Shows, Music, Movies and News)
  4. Joy Prime (Series)
  5. Joy News (Local and foreign news)
  6. TV3 (Sport and TV Shows)
  7. Royal (Religious and movies)
  8. Kessben TV (Religious and films)
  9. Angel TV (Religious and films)
  10. GHOne TV (TV Shows and movies)
  11. TV XYZ (Hollywood Movies)
  12. Max TV
  13. GTV
  14. GBC News
  15. TV Africa
  16. Ghana Learning TV
  17. GTV Sports Plus
  18. Net2
  19. GTV Life
  20. Crystal Prime
  21. Crystal Xtra
  22. Metro TV
  23. Crystal Plus
  24. Top TV
  25. KFS

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Requirement To Point Dish To Astra 2F At 28.2E

  • Dishpointer App
  • A Digital Satellite Finder
  • A compass App
  • Spanners of different Sizes, Hammer and Ladder
  • 60cm dish (minimum)
  • TStv Africa Digital Decoder or Receiver

How To Receive Or Install A Satellite Dish To Get Multi-TV Ghana Channels:

  • Firstly, You need to couple the dish together with other dish accessories if a newly purchased satellite dish uses a spanner and ladder to mount the dish on the wall.
  • Then connect the cable from the satellite finder to the dish antenna or use a digital satellite receiver as a satellite finder.
  • Use the compass to get the position of the dish in the sky and other satellite parameters.
  • Power on the satellite finder and proceed to the manual installation menu.
  • Firstly use DStv frequency (11900 H 27500) and point the dish to Eutelsat 36A at 36.0E, partially tight the sleeve nuts on both azimuth and inclination.
  • After getting the signal for DStv, change the frequency to Multi-TV Ghana using 12525 V 30000 on Astra 2F At 28.2E satellite.
  • Point your dish to the Astra 2F At 28.2E by raising your dish antenna up from the DStv position while monitoring the satfinder to get the signal.
  • You may need to shit the dish slightly to the right side while standing at the back of the antenna, then move the dish up and down till you get a signal on the Multi-TV Ghana frequency.
  • Tight the dish sleeve nuts on both azimuth and inclination very well and ensure no movements.

How To Identify A Multi-Stream Decoder?

A Multi-stream decoder is otherwise known as T2MI receiver capable of receiving satellite signal in Multi-stream format. The best examples of these channels are Max TV, GTV, GTV Sports Plus…e.t.c. 

A Multi-stream decoder can be identified by checking the tuner or specifications of the satellite receiver written as DVB-S2X or T2MI. Such decoders are known as Multi-stream receivers capable of opening Multi-TV Ghana channels on Astra 2F at 28.2e.

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Multi-Stream For Opening Max TV and Ghana TV

List of Multi-Stream Receivers Opening Max TV And Multi-TV Ghana

  1. Foxsat
  2. Uniquesat 2090 Plus
  3. Csat C8 Pro
  4. Csat C8 Pro+
  5. GT Media V8 UHD (4K), GT Media V7 Pro, and GT Media V8 Pro 2
  6. HD Tech 4K Ultra
  7. Redline
  8. Tiger T8HD Ultra And Tiger T8 Forever
  9. Icone Iron Pro, Icone Iron Plus, Wegoo and Ice.
  10. Mediastar Zenon, Phoenix and Z2
  11. HD Box
  12. Formular S Turbo and Turbo Pro
  13. Starsat SR-X2 and X7 Extreme
  14. Strong SRT 497S 
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3 thoughts on “Multi-TV Ghana: How To Install Multi-Stream Channels on Astra 2F At 28.2E”

  1. Bonjour je suis au Togo depuis quelques semaines le signal 12645 ne passe plus malgré tout les efforts et modification possible.
    J aimerais savoir s il y a un problème


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