Global Electronic Test and Measurement Market Outlook in Manufacturing, Forecast to 2020

Global Electronic Test and Measurement Market Outlook in Manufacturing, Forecast to 2020

Cost-effective Solutions in mm-wave Frequencies for Mass Production Unlock New Growth Potential

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21-Oct-2016
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Global
Research Code: K0D5-01-00-00-00
SKU: TM00420-GL-MR_19118

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The electronic test and measurement (T&M) in manufacturing applications reached $1,531.6 million in 2015. Today, not one test product can address all the new Internet of Things (IoT) product design manufacturing requirements. There is a need to look beyond traditional performance indicators with a new testing approach for manufacturing. As we move towards 2020, one of the most challenging areas for T&M is to enable the cost-effective testing of bandwidth-rich mm-wave frequencies for mass production. Whether it is for 5G small cells, wireless high definition streaming, or advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), test solutions need to be easy to use and economical. Today, there is not a single test vendor that has an effective and fast solution for a manufacturing test for 802.11ad standard. Manufacturing testing of WiGig is ongoing but not effective. 802.11ad is a fairly new wireless communications standard that allows data rates of up to 7 Gbps in the unlicensed 60 GHz (57 GHz to 66 GHz) band, avoiding the overcrowded 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands. Leading T&M companies are working with the chipset vendors to develop the first effective solutions for manufacturing.

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The electronic test and measurement (T&M) in manufacturing applications reached $1,531.6 million in 2015. Today, not one test product can address all the new Internet of Things (IoT) product design manufacturing requirements. There is a need to look beyond traditional performance indicators with a new testing approach for manufacturing. As we move towards 2020, one of the most challenging areas for T&M is to enable the cost-effective testing of bandwidth-rich mm-wave frequencies for mass production. Whether it is for 5G small cells, wireless high definition streaming, or advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS), test solutions need to be easy to use and economical. Today, there is not a single test vendor that has an effective and fast solution for a manufacturing test for 802.11ad standard. Manufacturing testing of WiGig is ongoing but not effective. 802.11ad is a fairly new wireless communications standard that allows data rates of up to 7 Gbps in the unlicensed 60 GHz (57 GHz to 66 GHz) band, avoiding the overcrowded 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands. Leading T&M companies are working with the chipset vendors to develop the first effective solutions for manufacturing.
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Author Mariano Kimbara
Industries Test and Measurement Instrumentation
WIP Number K0D5-01-00-00-00
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