RF GaN Device Market Forecast: 2021-2026

Report Summary:

RF GaN revenue increased in 2021, despite a small decline in the base station segment. Strategy Analytics forecasts that revenue will hit $2.1 billion in 2026. Revenue growth in defense applications will remain strong close but wireless base stations will remain the largest segment for RF GaN revenue. 
Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary 3
2. Introduction 4
3. RF GaN Market Forecasts 5
3.1 Overview 5
3.2 GaN RF Device Market: 2021-2026 7
3.3 RF GaN Market Segmentation 10
3.3.1 Commercial RF GaN Segmentation Trends 13
3.3.2 Defense RF GaN Segmentation Trends 20
3.4 RF GaN Substrate Trends 24
4. Analyst Contacts 29

Exhibit 3 1 RF GaN Device Historical Revenue 6
Exhibit 3 2 RF GaN Device Revenue Forecast: 2021 - 2026 8
Exhibit 3 3 Historical GaN Device Revenue Segmentation 10
Exhibit 3 4 RF GaN Device Revenue Forecast Segmentation 12
Exhibit 3 5 Commercial RF GaN Revenue Segmentation Forecast 13
Exhibit 3 6 Defense RF GaN Revenue Segmentation Forecast 22
Exhibit 3 7 RF GaN Revenue Forecast Segmentation by Diameter 25
Exhibit 3 8 RF GaN Revenue Forecast Segmentation by Material 26

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