Shyam Networks Releases White Paper on Enhancing Operational Efficiency of Wireless Backhaul



For Immediate Release

Monday, 11th Feb, 2013 – Gurgaon, India – In keeping with its focus on innovation to deliver the full potential of wireless, Shyam Networks, a division of Vihaan Networks Limited (VNL), has announced the release of its white paper titled, “Adaptive Coding and Modulation: Enhance Operational Efficiency of Wireless Backhaul”.

Authored by Sapan Goel, Head, R&D, Data and Radio Products, Shyam Networks, the white paper provides critical insights in increasing efficiency of wireless backhaul.

Rising demand for data services and smart phone usage, has multiplied data traffic  exponentially and increased pressure on operators. It is therefore critical for them to use spectrum efficiently and increase capacity in wireless backhaul networks.

Commenting on the relevance of this white paper, Sapan Goel said, “This paper explains how Shyam’s RM (Radio Modem) Series radio solutions can help  maximize operational efficiency of wireless backhaul networks through Adaptive Coding and Modulation (ACM). ACM refers to the automatic adjustment by wireless systems to optimize over-the-air transmission and prevent fading that disrupts the communication on the link. The ACM capability can significantly reduce CAPEX and OPEX and offers new economies for the telecom operator community.” he added.

About Shyam Networks (A Division of VNL)

Shyam Networks provides state-of-the-art networking, security and surveillance solutions for diverse corporate enterprises, governments, educational institutions, offices and residences. From high-end enterprise network solutions and wireless broadband connectivity to simple broadband access for homes, we ensure speed, capacity and range for both outdoor and indoor applications. We can address networking needs as they evolve in a dynamic environment and manage them with cost effective, innovative answers.


Shyam Networks offers end-to-end solutions for homeland security, industrial security, mission critical sensitive sectors, powerful radio backhaul and transmission, realtime people & asset tracking, unattended ground sensors (UGS), situation awareness systems, secure GSM and wireless internet and intranet for sensitive military deployments. Shyam also has expertise in developing customized solutions for military applications anywhere in the world.

Shyam Networks is a member of the Shyam group of companies – India’s leading diversified telecommunications group (

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