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Author: Eric Higham
Publication Date: 6月 06 2022
Pages: 12
Report Type: Data Table, Excel



Global Military Shipborne Radio Market and Technology Forecast: 2020 - 2030

Report Summary:

Strategy Analytics forecasts global military shipborne radio expenditure will approach $1.4 billion by 2030. Trends driving spending on shipborne military radios 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. Radios are becoming an important connectivity linchpin for tactical radios and cellular/wireless and wired IP networks. Radios in OPV-FAC-USV applications represent the largest opportunity for expenditures and revenue. North America continuing to be the largest regional market opportunity for the shipborne radio system and component suppliers.

Table of Contents

1. Title
2. Contents
3. Analysis
4. Shipborne Radio Exp.
5. Expenditure by Freq-Power
6. Shipborne Radio Shipment
7. Shipment by Freq-Power
8. Shipborne Radio Semi Exp
9. Definitions
10. Methodology
11. How Can We Help You
12. Contacts

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