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Global Military Land Satellite Terminal Market and Technology Forecast: 2020- 2030



Report Summary:

Strategy Analytics forecasts the land military satellite terminal expenditure will reach $4.4 billion in 2030. Trends driving spending on the land military satellite terminals include increasing data traffic requirements, which is translating to a need for more bandwidth and more reliance on software-defined architectures and solid-state technologies. Satellites are becoming an important connectivity linchpin for tactical radios and cellular/wireless and wired IP networks. Fixed satellite terminals will represent the largest opportunity, while portable VSATs will be the largest volume opportunity. North America will continue to provide the largest regional market opportunity for both the terminal and component suppliers.
 

Table of Contents

1. Title
2. Contents
3. Analysis
4. Land Sat Terminal Exp.
5. Expenditure by Freq-Power
6. Land Sat Terminal Shipment
7. Shipment by Freq-Power
8. Land Sat Terminal Semi Exp
9. Definitions
10. Methodology
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12. Contacts

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