Middle East Strategic and Tactical Communications Market Assessment

Middle East Strategic and Tactical Communications Market Assessment

 

RELEASE DATE
23-Jun-2009
REGION
South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
Research Code: M3E0-01-00-00-00
SKU: AE00556-SA-MR_06635

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Middle East countries are showing growing recognition of MILSATCOM capability, which is reflected in their growing investment on space assets for both defence and Home Land Security (HLS) needs. Most of the Middle East MODs under study are likely to acquire dedicated MILSATCOM capability between 2011 and 2013, by the way of leasing dedicated transponders onboard hybrid satellites (satellites being used for both military, government and commercial purposes), and owning SATCOM terminals and associated network infrastructures. Although present bandwidth use is dominated by mostly C and Ku bands, the scenario is likely to favour mass use of ka band towards the end of research period, with a sizable intake of AEHF band.

Table of Contents

Key Market Findings

  • Major Findings of the Middle East Defence Communication Market

Market Definitions

  • Defining Communication Domains and Their Importance

Key Market Value Trends

  • Trends of Values in Study Segments

Domains of Expertise

Frost & Sullivan Research Methodology

Key Assumptions

  • Frost & Sullivan Market Expertise

Scoping the Research Study

  • Frost & Sullivan's Approach to Research

Segmentation of the Study

  • Assumptions That Underlines Research Methodology

Total Market Value

Key Technology Trends

Key Market Drivers and Restraints

Key Industry Challenges and Opportunities

Technology Roadmap

Contents of Segment

Competitive Market Share

Competitive Positioning

Competitive Mapping of Supply Chain

Contents of the Segment

End User Segmentation

Country Analysis

Related Research
Middle East countries are showing growing recognition of MILSATCOM capability, which is reflected in their growing investment on space assets for both defence and Home Land Security (HLS) needs. Most of the Middle East MODs under study are likely to acquire dedicated MILSATCOM capability between 2011 and 2013, by the way of leasing dedicated transponders onboard hybrid satellites (satellites being used for both military, government and commercial purposes), and owning SATCOM terminals and associated network infrastructures. Although present bandwidth use is dominated by mostly C and Ku bands, the scenario is likely to favour mass use of ka band towards the end of research period, with a sizable intake of AEHF band.
More Information
No Index Yes
Podcast No
Industries Aerospace, Defence and Security
WIP Number M3E0-01-00-00-00
Is Prebook No