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Pat Hindle is responsible for editorial content, article review and special industry reporting for Microwave Journal magazine and its web site in addition to social media and special digital projects. Prior to joining the Journal, Mr. Hindle held various technical and marketing positions throughout New England, including Marketing Communications Manager at M/A-COM (Tyco Electronics), Product/QA Manager at Alpha Industries (Skyworks), Program Manager at Raytheon and Project Manager/Quality Engineer at MIT. Mr. Hindle graduated from Northeastern University - Graduate School of Business Administration and holds a BS degree from Cornell University in Materials Science Engineering.

Status of GaN Market and Major Players

Yole Développement (Yole) just published a new report on the GaN market. According to Yole, the overall GaN RF market is expected to reach USD 2 billion by 2024, driven by two main applications: telecom infrastructure and defense as noted by Ezgi Dogmus, PhD. Technology & Market Analyst at Yole Développement (Yole).


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Autonomous Driving Applications Strengthen Radar Market

Market Analysis from Yole

At Yole Développement (Yole), analysts expect the radar market to reach US$8.6 billion by 2025, at a 2015 CAGR of 15.6%. Market growth depends on the specific radar frequency, explains the market research & strategy consulting company. Read this market analysis by Yole.


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Who is leading the RF GaN IP landscape?

Detailed report from Yole Développement and partner Knowmade

According to Yole Développement, the RF GaN industry is showing high growth with a 23% CAGR between 2017 and 2023 driven mostly by telecom and defense applications. By the end of 2017, the total RF GaN market was close to US$380 million and 2023 should reach more than US$1.3 billion with an evolving industrial landscape. 


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The Blurring Lines of 5G

With the implementation of 4G, many companies took liberties in saying they had 4G networks even though they did not meet the performance specifications of the 3GPP standard just so they could be first to market (or at least an early provider). This is already happening now with 5G.


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