QuexSolutions is authorised technology partner of YahClick, a regional satellite operator based in the UAE with a focus on Africa and the Middle East. YahClick is a breakthrough satellite broadband Internet service in Afghanistan. A cost-effective, high-speed satellite broadband service, it is ready to serve our customers’ internet broadband needs. With YahClick our customers can instantly connect to the Internet from anywhere by using a small satellite dish and satellite modem.
YahClick satellite coverage will bring fast and efficient communications to many regions throughout Afghanistan, all of which are currently without Internet and even everyday telephone connections. Now users can access Internet services without having to wait for terrestrial systems to roll out and without having to pay for expensive fiber or copper lines, or even suffer service cuts. Even in areas of heavy rainfall, the technology will adjust the power required to ensure the link is maintained, not lost or disrupted, delivering a highly reliable service.
With Yahclick, rest assured that you are enjoying one of the fastest and most reliable Satellitebroadband internet service in the world.
Advantages of YahClick:
How YahClick works?
The YahClick satellite Internet connection delivers upstream (outgoing) and downstream (incoming) data to and from a PC or a Mac computer through a high throughput satellite. The end user computer will have high speed Internet access via an Ethernet connection to the YahClick modem. The computer may be connected to the YahClick modem directly or can be attached to a wireless hub or router to connect wirelessly.
Upon subscription to the YahClick service, YahClick Service Partners process the order, install the YahClick terminal, and activate the service. The YahClick terminal includes the YahClick Satellite Receiver (either a 74 cm or a 98 cm dish along with the Transmit/Receive device) and the YahClick modem. The YahClick Satellite receiver can be mounted on a roof, wall or via pole mount on the ground.
Once connected, the end user computer sends a request to the YahClick modem, which passes the request to the YahClick satellite. The satellite receives this signal and sends it to one of the YahClick gateways. The request then goes to the Internet Backbone, which retrieves the requested web content from the web server. The whole cycle is then reversed and the requested data is sent to the end user. Depending on the location of the user and the corresponding beam, the Y1B satellite will route the subscriber’s incoming and outgoing traffic to and from the respective YahClick gateway (Abu Dhabi, Luxembourg, Madrid, or Athens).