Middle East Strategic and Tactical Communications Market Assessment

 

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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.

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Middle East Strategic and Tactical Communications Market Assessment, Table of ContentsContents of the StudyOutlining the ContentsMiddle East Strategic and Tactical Communications Market Assessment, Executive SummaryKey Market FindingsMajor Findings of the Middle East Defence Communication MarketMarket DefinitionsDefining Communication Domains and Their ImportanceKey Market Value TrendsTrends of Values in Study SegmentsMiddle East Strategic and Tactical Communications Market Assessment, Market Research Engineering MethodologyDomains of ExpertiseFrost & Sullivan Market ExpertiseFrost & Sullivan Research MethodologyFrost & Sullivan's Approach to ResearchKey AssumptionsAssumptions That Underlines Research MethodologyScoping the Research StudyResearch Scope DefinedSegmentation of the StudyDetail Breakdown Segments and Sub-segmentsMiddle East Strategic and Tactical Communications Market Assessment, Total Market AnalysisTotal Market Value Content Titles Analysis of Total Market ValueKey Technology TrendsTechnology Trends Defining the MarketKey Market Drivers and RestraintsKey Drivers and Restraints Affecting Market RevenueKey Industry Challenges and OpportunitiesChallenges and Opportunities for the Industry ParticipantsTechnology RoadmapRoadmap of Technological EvolutionMiddle East Strategic and Tactical Communications Market Assessment, Competitive AnalysisContents of SegmentContent Titles Competitive Market ShareMarket Share of Major Industry ParticipantsCompetitive PositioningCompetitive Analysis of Major Industry ParticipantsCompetitive Mapping of Supply ChainKey Supply Chain Participants- Mapped Component-wiseMiddle East Strategic and Tactical Communications Market Assessment, Country AnalysisContents of the SegmentContent Titles End User SegmentationMarket Segmentation of User CountriesCountry AnalysisDetail Analysis of Countries Under StudyMiddle East Strategic and Tactical Communications Market Assessment, Actionable Recommendations Major Strategic Recommendations for the StakeholdersRecommendations that Need Industry ActionsMiddle East Strategic and Tactical Communications Market Assessment, About Frost & Sullivan Frost & Sullivan Value PropositionsFrost Sullivans' Key Approach and Offerings to the Market




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