The Strategy Analytics Advanced Defense Systems (ADS) service report, "Military Communications Market Outlook 2016-2026," forecasts spending on global military communications systems and services will grow to over $36.7 billion in 2026, a compound annual growth rate of 3.5 percent
Revenue for RF GaN devices increased by slightly more than 23 percent in 2016, and demand is expected to grow, according to market research firm Strategy Analytics. Growth in defense applications, particularly radar, communications and EW, will offset flat revenue from the wireless infrastructure segment.
The Strategy Analytics Advanced Defense Systems (ADS) service report, "Commercial Radar Market Outlook 2016-2026," predicts the total number of commercial radar shipments will reach 17,516 units in 2026.
In a pair of related reports released by Strategy Analytics, the reality of 5G evolution is analyzed. The report, “5G Progress Review - Fragmentation Likely but Diversification Inevitable”, concludes significant work is needed to marry the appeal of a unified early 5G standard with the longer term need to support diverse market requirements.
The number of operators offering LTE-A with carrier aggregation will continue to increase rapidly, with faster data rates the norm, as outlined in the Strategy Analytics RF & Wireless Components report, “Carrier Aggregation: Status of Devices, Operators and Bands.” The report lists devices, chipsets and operators supporting the technology with a forecast of CA-enabled device shipments, and provides a comprehensive list and analysis of band combinations approved and under consideration.
According to the latest research from Strategy Analytics, global handset shipments grew 11 percent annually to reach 445 million units in the fourth quarter of 2011. Apple was the star performer, capturing a record 8 percent market share worldwide during the quarter. Full-year handset shipments reached 1.6 billion units globally in 2011, with annual growth of 14 percent.
Mobile data consumption and next generation wireless network deployment are fueling increases in the number of base station cells and power amplifiers shipped each year. The recently released Strategy Analytics RF and Wireless Components (RFWC) Service report, “Radio Access Network RF Power Device Trends & Forecast: 2011 - 2015,”...
To satisfy new market opportunities, microelectronic companies continue to develop new products and processes, with some companies deciding acquisition provides the best path to these new opportunities. The Strategy Analytics GaAs and Compound Semiconductor Technologies Service (GaAs) viewpoint, “Compound Semiconductor Industry Review May 2011: Microelectronics,” captures product, technology, contract...