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Handset Radio Components Down 2.9% in 2009

January 6, 2009
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Strategy Analytics predicts a decline of 2.9 percent in 2009 for radio components in wireless handsets as a result of the global economic slowdown in its report, “Handset Radio Component Sales Forecast 2008 – Update.”

The data table from the Strategy Analytics RF & Wireless Components market research service summarizes the latest results from the firm’s global forecast models for handsets and handset components, which consider regional handset shipment trends correlated with GDP, component bills of material, integration and partitioning trends, and component average selling prices.

“Basebands, transceiver-baseband SoCs and complex PA modules should remain relatively strong segments of the market,” notes Chris Taylor, author of the report. ”These components will benefit from the trend toward multi-band, multi-mode W-EDGE phones ranging from ultra low cost models to feature phones and smartphones.”

Stephen Entwistle, vice president of the Strategic Technologies Practice at Strategy Analytics, adds, “The market should rebound in 2010, and we expect cellular radio components to chalk up an average annual growth rate of 4.2 percent per year from 2008 to 2013 after a down year in 2009. On top of this, emerging wireless-enabled mobile computing devices such as mobile internet devices (MID) will add as much as another 10 percent to annual component demand by 2013.”


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