RFPAs Market for Phones: Research Reports on RCPH, AESAs (Airborne) & AIMAs

ReportsnReports.com offers 2013 market research reports on RCPH (PDF and Excel Data reports), Amplifiers and Integrated Microwave Assemblies (AIMAs) and Airborne AESAs industries.

DALLAS, June 10, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- RCPH Report, AIMAs Report, Airborne AESAs and RCPH Excel Data File reports published by Engalco Research in 2013 are now available at ReportsnReports.com.

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New Reports RCPH Report and RCPH Excel Data File provide information concerning the players, industry dynamics and detailed, highly granular, market forecasts through to year 2017. In these new reports conservative, median and optimistic forecasts are presented for (i) GaAs (or InGaP) RFPAs and (ii) RF CMOS RFPAs into both basic handsets and smartphones. The players that have fabless operations are identified and the entire industry structure is critiqued in detail. Amongst the RF CMOS RFPA players: Amalfi Semiconductor, Black Sand, Javelin Semiconductor, RFaxis and Qualcomm. Amalfi has shipped well over 100M units, Javelin has new contracts and Qualcomm have recently announced their penta-band RF CMOS PA.

Details are provided of the global and regional markets – regional meaning Europe, North America and the Rest of the World. Total available market values (TAMs) are presented in US$M. In 2012 the total production shipments of CMOS-based RFPAs into basic handsets well-exceeded 3B units but this is forecasted to fall by almost two-thirds to just over 1B units in 2017. Contrastingly, shipments into smartphones will start with approximately 2M units being sold in 2012 but will increase dramatically to reach 432M in 2017. Major players include: Anadigics, Avago Semiconductor, Skyworks and TriQuint. Production shipments were just under 2B units in 2012 and are forecasted to decrease steadily to 918M in 2017. The details and dynamics are described in these reports available for purchase at:

RCPH Report @ http://www.reportsnreports.com/Purchase.aspx?name=250577.

RCPH Excel Data File @ http://www.reportsnreports.com/Purchase.aspx?name=250549.

AIMAs Report (Research on Amplifiers and Integrated Microwave Assemblies Market)

This report covers the following categories of connectorized microwave and millimeter-wave modules: broadband amplifiers, limiting amplifiers, low-noise amplifiers, low-phase-noise amplifiers, medium-power amplifiers, power amplifiers, CW-immune DLVAs, SDLVAs, "Other" DLVAs, frequency converters, frequency synthesizers and transceivers. Amplifiers and Integrated Microwave Assemblies (AIMAs) Report provides comprehensive "free world" market forecast data for microwave electronic module products sold into in the electronic warfare (EW), radar, ground-based SATCOM and space-based SATCOM segments.

The report separates products and applications into microwave (0.5 to 18 GHz) and millimeter-wave (above 18 GHz). Whilst microwave products always take the lion's share of all markets those for millimeter-wave products are growing comparatively rapidly. This report indicates that the overall global total available market (TAM) amounted to just over US$1.1BN in 2010 and will reach almost US$1.3BN in year 2016. The ground-based SATCOM segment leads both for microwave and millimeter-wave modules – the latter being strongly driven by the on-going K/Ka-band developments requiring frequency converters and transceivers. Major OEM players in this market include, amongst several others Elisra Electronic Systems, M/A-COM Technology Solutions, MITEQ and Tokyo Keiki. In the AIMAs report the Top 10 suppliers are identified and analysed in terms of their market shares. Order / Buy a copy of this report @ http://www.reportsnreports.com/Purchase.aspx?name=250652.

Airborne AESAs

Demand for radars is steadily increasing—both commercial and (especially) military.

The "War against Terrorism" and the campaigns in both Afghanistan and Iraq have continued to drive upwards electronics requirements in defense and security applications. This applies to airborne, battlefield, naval and space-based radars but since airborne AESAs lead the markets in all respects the entire focus here is on these types of AESAs.

Airborne systems are also proving to be extremely important for campaigns such as the Libya "no-fly" NATO effort and we believe this requirement will serve to support the continued deployments of many of the aircraft (and therefore also AESAs) that might otherwise have been discontinued owing to defense budget cuts.

Major systems integrators and principal consortium members in the Airborne AESAs industry segment include: Cassidian (previously part of EADS Defence Electronics), INDRA, Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI), Northrop Grumman, Raytheon Company, Saab Microwave Systems, Selex Galileo (Sensors & Airborne Systems)—and Thales. Summary of some major updates in this report includes the following list of AESA systems:

  • CAEW (Israel)
  • E-CAPTOR (Europe)
  • LEMV (USA – relatively very large arrays).

LEMV (Northrop Grumman) long endurance multi-purpose vehicle) represents a dramatic development in terms of AESA size. The first prototype LEMV (2014) is planned to have >100,000 TRMs and the final two systems will each have 7M TRMs.

N. B. any programs that may follow these LEMV developments will clearly be very important from the AESA "massive array" viewpoint.

  • Changes resulting from defense budgetary pressures (notably in the USA and the UK but ironically often favourable to AESA implementations – especially upgrades).
  • Changes resulting from specific new announcements (one outstanding example being that of the Eurofighter Typhoon radar with the E-CAPTOR development).
  • Much more detail on UVs (specifically the larger UAVs and UCAVs) having current AESA implementations or the potential for such.
  • Updated pricing (monetary values – internal costs) for T/R modules (TRMs).
  • Advances in the implementation of GaAs and GaN technologies.

Underlying Technology and Impacts:

The one major technology focus in this report comprises the transmit-receive modules (TRMs) implementing MMICs built using selected chip-sets comprising, typically, GaAs and (increasingly) GaN.

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