Commercial Geostationary Satellite Transponder Markets for North America

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This Research Service describes the commercial satellite telecommunications market in the North America region. It measures and forecasts transponder supply and demand in that region. The market examined herein is the "capacity" market, meaning the market for leasing of geostationary (GEO) satellite transponders to parties that will use this capacity for a number of satellite applications including video broadcast, telephony, and networking. The capacity market is generally equivalent to traditional fixed satellite services (FSS) and broadcasting satellite services (BSS) markets. Emerging services (such as satellite-based direct internet access (DIA)) are included in our forecasts.

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Commercial Geostationary Satellite Transponder Markets for North America, Commercial Geostationary Satellite Transponder Markets for North America Executive SummaryKey FindingsOverview and DefinitionsResearch MethodologyVideoDTH/DBSInternet TelephonyNetworkingSupply Demand and Revenue AnalysisMarket Engineering Measurement Analysis For North AmericaSatellite Transponder Capacity by Operator and BandTotal Transponders and Revenue AnalysisTransponder Supply and Demand ForecastTransponder Supply and Revenue ForecastTotal Supply by Band and ApplicationDemand by Band and ApplicationRevenues by Band and ApplicationAnalysis of Transponder Lease PricingTransponder Leased Rates Forecast by Band Market Drivers and RestraintsMarket Drivers and Restraints

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