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Need for High-Frequency Radio Technologies, Wireless Communication, and Low- Loss Material Properties Drive the Growth of Dielectric Materials
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Radio frequency, electricity transmission, photovoltaics, and display systems are primary applications for dielectric materials, which are insulators with electric dipoles. An electric field can displace the positive and negative charges of the material from an equilibrium position. The material, however, does not conduct electricity and will return to its original state once the field is removed. The rise of 5G technology integration in the telecommunications sector, increasing solar energy contribution in the global energy matrix, and arising space and efficiency issues in existing photovoltaic modules drive the need for dielectric material development. This Frost & Sullivan research service provides an overview of dielectric material technology. It also identifies and analyzes research initiatives focused on developing new dielectric materials for applications such as radio frequency, consumer electronics, display, photovoltaics, sensors, 5G technology, transformers, electric vehicles, capacitors, and microphones. New dielectric materials emerging in the market include nanocomposites, ceramics, elastomers, coatings, composites, low-temperature co-fired ceramics, 3D-printed materials, polyphenylene sulfide (PPS) resins, polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF) terapolymers, and dielectric crystals. The primary research focus of these materials is to attain desired electrochemical properties for successful integration into dielectric material technology. The study found advanced ceramic materials to be the most attractive among the different materials, with high commercial adoption in applications such as semiconductors, display, photovoltaics, and electric vehicles. Nanocomposites have the potential to be used in sensors and 5G technology applications. Ceramics, polymers, elastomers, and liquid-based dielectric materials are already utilized in several applications, such as computer memory, radio frequency technologies, microphones, capacitors, ink-jet heads, actuators, and display systems. Semiconductor and electrical transmission applications still prefer ceramic-based materials for their high thermal stability.The study also found that the development and patent filing for new materials concentrated mainly in the United States and Asia-Pacific. These regions are home to well-established device manufacturers that fund new dielectric material development, such as IBM, Intel, Samsung Electronics, and LG. Active collaborations among research institutes, material developers, and device manufacturers are evident in the dielectric material industry. Many new and advanced dielectric materials are undergoing research at an academic level with low commercial development. The lack of commercial production tools might explain the delay of new dielectric materials transitioning from research and development to commercialization.Key questions addressed:• What types of materials are used in dielectric applications?• What are the current and emerging materials for dielectric applications?• What are the recent research and development activities and patent filing trends? • Which companies are notable market participants in the dielectric materials space?• What are the growth opportunities for companies developing materials for dielectric applications?
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