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Author: Steve Entwistle
Publication Date: Jun 16 2023
Pages: 11
Report Type: Forecast and Outlook

Global Military Airborne VSAT Market and Technology Forecast 2021-2031

Report Summary:

Strategy Analytics forecasts the global airborne military VSAT expenditure will approach $1.9 billion by 2031, representing a CAGR of 3.8%. This analysis looks at the airborne VSAT market across region and platform types as well as frequency and power categories. Trends driving spending on the airborne military VSATs will be underpinned by rapidly increasing bandwidth demand amid increasing air to air and air to ground/surface network connectivity and uptake of software-defined, digital and solid-state technologies. Combat Aircraft VSATs will represent the largest market, with North America continuing to provide the largest regional market opportunity for the VSAT system and component suppliers.

Table of Contents

1. Title
2. Contents
3. Analysis
4. Airborne VSAT Expenditure
5. Expenditure by Freq-Power
6. Airborne VSAT Shipments
7. Shipments by Freq-Power
8. Airborne VSAT Semi Exp
9. Definitions
10. Methodology
11. Contacts

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