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Global Outlook for Electronic Test Equipment

Penetration of Modular Instrumentation Drives Growth

  • Research Code : MA2B-01-00-00-00
  • SKU : TM00043-GL-MR_02470
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  • Release Date : 28-Aug-2014
  • Region : Global
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This research service provides a detailed analysis of the global electronic test and measurement equipment market. This assessment includes forecasts, an overview of the competitive structure and competitors market share, as well as end-user and geographic analysis for the different segments. Market drivers and restraints are assessed for their impact throughout the forecast period, 2014 to 2018. Analysis by form factor and market share analysis is provided for the different products that are oscilloscopes, signal generators, spectrum/signal analysers, network analysers, power meters, logic analysers, electronic counters, multimeters. The electronic test and measurement equipment market is expected to grow consistently throughout the forecast period. The base year is 2013.
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