Used for the development and manufacturing of products across industries, deployment of networks, and maintenance of communications services, radio frequency (RF) test and measurement (T&M) equipment is witnessing increasing demand due to the proliferation of RF technology and the emergence of disruptive concepts such as the connected car in the automotive industry and 5G. With the smart mobility concept, and new cellular and Wi-Fi standards including 4.5G, 4.9G, 5G and 802.11ax, RF test equipment will be in high demand over the next 5 to 7 years. This will be compounded by increasing demand from the medical devices industry. Internet of Things (IoT) standards, including NB-IOT, BLE, LTE-M, and LoRa, will also
The base year is 2016 with historical data from 2013 to 2015 and forecasts provided from 2017 to 2023.
Revenue forecasts are provided for the following:
- Segments: traditional electronic instrumentation, modular electronic instrumentation based on open modular standards PXI and AXIe, and semiconductor automatic test equipment (ATE)
- Products: one-box testers, spectrum and signal analyzers, signal generators/sources, network analyzers, power meters, electronic counters, and cable and antenna analyzers
- End Users: communications, aerospace and defense, consumer electronics, industrial and automotive, and others
- Regions: North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and Emerging regions
Key Issues Addressed
- What is the growth outlook for RF T&M equipment over the next 5-7 years?
- Which segment(s) of the RF T&M equipment industry offer(s) the highest growth potential?
- Who are the leading market participants and what are their respective strengths and weaknesses?
- What are the key transformational shifts participants must address to survive/grow in the RF T&M market?
- Which end-user industries should market participants focus on to ensure their future growth?