Data communication via satellite is not much different to a land based data service, at least from the end-users’ standpoint. The key thing to remember is that once the satellite system is configured by the installer, the service acts nearly identically as any other data service and may be configured as such.
YahClick uses the power of state of the art satellite technology to send and receive high speed Broadband internet signals using a small dish and modem. This user equipment communicates with an orbiting geostationary satellite 36,000 kilometers above the Earth’s Equator. The satellite transmits and receives its information to a single location called the Network Operations Center or NOC (pronounced “knock”). The NOC itself is connected to the internet (or private network), so all communication made via the internet flows through the NOC.
High performance, reliable and wide reaching broadband internet for everyone.
YahClick is offered through a new generation of satellites that leverage the higher bandwidth available in Ka-band. It is the first satellite service in the region to offer internet connectivity through Ka-band multi-spot beams, with reusable frequencies that make more satellite capacity available to users at a lower cost.
These high throughput satellites are based on a multi-spot beam payload and are optimized for delivering satellite broadband services. The main advantages over conventional satellites include: